Using Algebraic Eraser (AEDH) in OpenPGP
draft-atkins-openpgp-algebraic-eraser-05

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Abstract

The Algebraic Eraser(TM) is an encryption engine that supports, among other configurations, a Diffie-Hellman-like key agreement protocol. This draft specifies how to encode, store, share, and use Algebraic Eraser Key Agreement Protocol (AEKAP, also called AEDH) keys in OpenPGP.

Authors

Derek Atkins (datkins@securerf.com)

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