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Would the property of perfect forward secrecy still be achieved in MTI/A0 for a session key that was established between C and D when one LL-key aD is revealed so that both LL-keys aC and aD are revealed?

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I encourage you to define the terminology you use (e.g., MTI/A0, LL-key), as I'm not familiar to them. Also, if you have a link to the paper(s) that introduce this scheme, I encourage you to post them. This might increase the chances that you get a good answer. – D.W. Nov 10 '13 at 2:03
Did anyone find an answer to this? – raven Jun 24 at 1:51

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