I have two devices that use a PSK. One is embedded and extremely resource confined. I'm already using ChaCha20-Poly1305 so it would be "free" to reuse this. There is no transport encryption layer, all clear and has middlemen.
I want to establish a randomvalue/salt/kdf-base and send this to the other device on authentication so that I'm never actually using my PSK directly. Both sides know the PSK, and use this modifier to alter their stored key, and use a common derivative for packets going forward.
My plan was to use some KDF to modify my key into a temporary session key.
Is it satisfactory to use my existing AEAD like this:
nonce: the generated salt payload: empty additional data: empty (OR a flag of key type I want, NIST 800-108) key: my 16Byte PSK tag: The 16Bytes I will use as this session's temporary key
What I FEEL like this is doing is giving me a tag that will be crypto secure to prevent leakage of my real PSK, and the salt will be OK to use here as well as send over the wire so the other side can do the same thing and evaluate the auth packets going forward.
Is this at all legitimate?