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International Conference on Future Computer and Communication, 3rd (ICFCC 2011)

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The protocol Secure Sockets Layer uses a combination of symmetrical and symmetrical encryptions. As we know, encryption with symmetrical keys is more rapid than the one with public keys, the latter offering, however, a much better method of authentication. The protocol Secure Sockets Layer-handshake allows the authentication client-server and the cooperation between parties for the creation of symmetrical keys used for encryption and decryption.

This work proposes the replacement of classical techniques of client-server authentication by a quantum one, which is not vulnerable to the cybernetic attacks, and which solves the problem of Secure Sockets Layer protocol security. Assuring a...

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1. Introduction
2. Secure Socket Layer — Handshake Protocol Overview
3. Secure Socket Layer — Handshake Protocol, Quantum Version
4. Conclusions
5. Acknowledgement
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