A novel and low-computation e-cash transfer system against blackmail for mobile communications
by Chin-Ling Chen, Ming-He Liu
International Journal of Mobile Communications (IJMC), Vol. 9, No. 2, 2011

Abstract: Due to the rapid development of mobile communication technologies, several applications are proposed on the mobile devices. We present a novel and low-computation E-cash transfer system to prevent blackmail for mobile communications. Our proposed protocol is based on a session key with mutual authentication, a digital signature and a public key system. In our system, the problematic account designated by the criminal is able to be traced under the blackmail.

Online publication date:: Wed, 18-May-2011

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