While performing an authenticated key exchange for every transmission between the participants, the Diffie-Hellman exchange failed in real-time, yet RPM continued to perform.
What does DH stand for?
DH stands for Diffie-Hellman (public key encryption algorithm)
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DH-CHAP: Diffie-Hellman Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
The Diffie-Hellman key agreement mechanism is a well-understood and widely implemented public key technique that facilitates cost-effective cryptographic key agreement across modern distributed electronic networks such as the Internet.
Cavium Networks feature-rich NITROX Security Processors accelerate IPsec, SSL and Wireless protocols with support for 3DES, AES, RSA, Diffie-Hellman, SHA-1, MD5 cryptographic algorithms.
Using the recent PCI-X specification, this new board-level product yields 6,100 SSL transactions per second and 2,000 Diffie-Hellman IPsec Phase I operations per second.
Compute-intensive security algorithms including ARC4, MD5, RSA, 3DES and AES for SSL/TCP and DES, 3DES, AES, MD5/SHA-1, Diffie-Hellman and IKE for IPsec/iSCSI processing are performed on the SA1000 SuperHBA by the NITROX II security processor.
509 certificates for authentication, and Diffie-Hellman automatic key exchange, thereby ensuring minimal human intervention once commissioned.
509 v3 certificates and the Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA-1), as well as Diffie-Hellman and Internet Key Exchange (IKE) protocols to perform authentication and automatic exchange of key material.