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README.md

One-Time Pad Key-Exchange for Deniability

This is the source code of the paper:

@inproceedings{OTPKX,
  title={Towards Perfectly Secure and Deniable Communication Using an NFC-Based 
    Key-Exchange Scheme},
  author={Bosk, Daniel and Kjellqvist, Martin and Buchegger, Sonja},
  booktitle={Secure IT Systems},
  editor={Buchegger, Sonja and Dam, Mads},
  series={Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  volume={9417},
  pages={72--87},
  year={2015},
  publisher={Springer International Publishing},
  isbn={978-3-319-26501-8},
  doi={10.1007/978-3-319-26502-5_6},
  URL={http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-26502-5_6},
  keywords={Deniability; Deniable encryption; Authenticated encryption; Perfect 
    secrecy; Off-the-record; Key-exchange; Nearfield communication; 
    Surveillance},
}

You can find the camera-ready version of the paper and the slides under releases. The published version of the paper is available from SpringerLink.

File Structure

The nfckx-app submodule contains the Android app used for generating and exchanging key-material. See that submodule for more details.

The paper's main source code is in the root directory. There is a Makefile which will make compilation easier. This makefile depends on the makefiles submodule, so make sure to do a git submodule update --recursive --init first.

The Enron dataset will automatically be downloaded and extracted, and the statistical analysis run (through PythonTeX), when the paper is compiled. So by compiling the paper you automatically reproduce the data analysis in the paper. Have fun and please let me know if you find anything interesting!

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