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Architecture for Delay-Tolerant Key Administration

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Authors Scott C. Burleigh , David Horres, Kapali Viswanathan , , Fred Templin
Last updated 2019-03-01 (Latest revision 2018-08-28)
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Delay-Tolerant Key Administration (DTKA) is a system of public-key management protocols intended for use in Delay Tolerant Networking (DTN). This document outlines a DTKA proposal for space-based communications, which are characterized by long communication delays and planned communication contacts.


Scott C. Burleigh
David Horres
Kapali Viswanathan
Fred Templin

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