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Forward secrecy of key-establishment (KE) protocol means, that compromising of long-term keys of parties doesn't affect secrecy of established keys in the past. Example to clarify what PFS means. Say parties A and B have private keys $s_B$ and $s_B$. Today they run KE and establish a key $k_1$. They use this key during a session, and then destroy this key. ...