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This paper proposes an enhanced authentication model, which is suitable for lowpower mobile devices. It
uses an Extended Password Key Exchange Protocols [2] and ellipticcurvecryptosystem based trust
delegation mechanism to generate a delegation pass code for mobile station authentication, and it can
effectively defend all known attacks to mobile networks including the denialofservice attack. Moreover,
the mobile station only needs to receive one message and send one message to authenticate itself to a
visitor’s location register, and the model only requires a single ellipticcurve scalar point multiplication on
a mobile device. Therefore, this model enjoys both computation efficiency and communication efficiency as
compared to known mobile authentication models.
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