Key distribution using graphs for secret sharing
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CitationMalhotra, R. & Chandramowliswaran, N. (2021). Key distribution using graphs for secret sharing. TWMS Journal of Applied and Engineering Mathematics, 11(SI), 63-74.
Key distribution for secret sharing is the core important aspect of any secure cryptosystem, the threshold scheme enables a secret key to be shared among p members in which each member holds a part of the secret key. In recent years, many works have been done on constructing (t + 1, l) threshold schemes using different algebraic aspects of the mathematics. In this paper, we discuss certain aspects of key sharing using Graph Theory and Strongly co-prime integers to present techniques which manage the sharing of keys equally amongst the users keeping the security of the system intact.
SourceTWMS Journal of Applied and Engineering Mathematics
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