Definitions for "Diffie-Hellman"
A key exchange algorithm that was the first public-key algorithm ever invented. Diffie-Hellman can be used anonymously (without authentication). Anonymous Diffie-Hellman is used to establish the connection between the RingMaster management application and a Mobility Exchange (MX) switch.
Public key crypto algorithm that generates a shared secret between two entities after they publicly share some randomly generated data.
a public-key algorithm, invented in 1976.
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See DH.