Definition Edit

The Exponential Encryption System (TESS) is

[a] system of separate but cooperating cryptographic mechanisms and functions for the secure authenticated exchange of cryptographic keys, the generation of digital signatures, and the distribution of public keys. TESS uses asymmetric cryptography, based on discrete exponentiation, and a structure of self-certified public keys.[1]

References Edit

  1. Internet Security Glossary, at 304.

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