- A Transport Layer Security (TLS) Extension For Establishing An Additional Shared Secret: TLS extension to establish an additional shared secret using a second key exchange algorithm [SS17]
- Assessing the Overhead of Post-Quantum Cryptography in TLS 1.3 and SSH: Tested the performance of PQC KEM and signature algorithms in TLS 1.3 and SSH protocols and discussed the comparison between hybrid and PQ-only schemes and the influence caused by change TCP initial window parameter [SKD20]
- Benchmarking Post-Quantum Cryptography in TLS: Evaluated PQC algorithms in TLS 1.3 protocol in emulated network environment which provides a way to measure the performance without the access to large-scale network infrastructures [PST19]
- Efficient Implementation of Password-Based Authenticated Key Exchange from RLWE and Post-Quantum TLS: Proposed two optimizations of password-based authenticated key exchange (PAKE) and put one of them into TLS protocol to execute the test [GDL17]
- Efficient Post-Quantum TLS Handshakes using Identity-Based Key Exchange from Lattices: Integrated a lattice identity based encryption scheme into TLS protocol to reduce data needed to be transformed [BC20]
- Experimenting with Post-Quantum Cryptography: Successful experiment using hybrid approach, no network problems and a median connection latency increase of one millisecond [B16]
- Fast Discretized Gaussian Sampling and Post-quantum TLS Ciphersuite: Proposed a new Gaussian sampler which is used in a key exchange scheme and tested in TLS 1.2 protocol. [GLD17]
- Hybrid ECDHE-SIDH Key Exchange for TLS: TLS key exchange combining Supersingular elliptic curve isogenie diffie-hellman (SIDH), with elliptic curve Diffie-Hellman (ECDHE) key exchange [KK18]
- Hybrid Key Encapsulation Mechanisms and Authenticated Key Exchange: Modeling of hybrid authenticated key exchange protocols, considering security against adversaries with varying levels of quantum power [BBF19]
- ImperialViolet - CECPQ1 results: Successful experiment using hybrid approach, no network problems and a median connection latency increase of one millisecond [L16]
- Internet-Draft: Hybrid Post-Quantum Key Encapsulation Methods (PQ KEM) for Transport Layer Security 1.2 (TLS): New hybrid key exchange schemes for the Transport Layer Security 1.2 (TLS) protocol. [CC20]
- Internet-Draft: Hybrid key exchange in TLS 1.3: Providing construction for hybrid key exchange in the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol version 1.3. [SFG20]
- Internet-Draft: Quantum-Safe Hybrid (QSH) Key Exchange for Transport Layer Security (TLS) version 1.3: Mechanism for providing modular design for quantum-safe cryptography in the handshake for TLS protocol version 1.3 [WZF17]
- Measuring TLS key exchange with post-quantum KEM: Future experiment setup to test HRSS and SIKE in a realistic network environment. [KSL19]
- OpenSSLNTRU: Faster post-quantum TLS key exchange: Implemented the sntrup761 algorithm and proposed two ways to improve – update the inverse operation in the algorithm to use Montgomery’s trick and introduce batch key generation; decouple the PQC algorithm and TLS implementations [BBC21]
- Post-Quantum Authentication in TLS 1.3: A Performance Study: Evaluated the performance of algorithms in NIST PQC standardization process in realistic network environment and time sensitive applications. Moreover, this work showed the improvements brought by combining multiple signature algorithms in certificates [SKD20]
- Post-Quantum TLS on Embedded Systems: Evaluated TLS protocol using Kyber KEM and SPHINCS+ signature schemes in four embedded devices [BKN20]
- Post-quantum Key Exchange for the Internet and the Open Quantum Safe Project: Open Quantum Project, libqos library exemplary cryptographic applications like OpenSSL. Comparing NIST Round 2 PQC candidate implementations using OpenSSL [SM16]
- Post-quantum TLS without handshake signatures: Proposed an authenticated key exchange protocol to complete TLS handshake to reduce the transmission need of certificates. The result is compared with classical TLS 1.3 in four conditions [SSW20]
- Post-quantum key exchange for the TLS protocol from the ring learning with errors problem: Proposed a DH-like key exchange scheme based on R-LWE problem which is integrated into the OpenSSL library and tested using an Apache server in LAN environment [BCN14]
- Post-quantum public key algorithms for the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol: Hybrid key exchange in the SSH Transport Layer Protocol using ECDH and PQC signature schemes [KSF20]
- Postquantum SSL/TLS for Embedded Systems: The first work transforming PQC algorithms (Rainbow and TTS based on multivariate problems and LATTICEE based on lattice problems) to an SSL library and test the performance [CCW14]
- Prototyping post-quantum and hybrid key exchange and authentication in TLS and SSH: Evaluated whether integrate the NIST PQC standardization process Round 2 algorithms into TLS 1.2, TLS 1.3 and SSHv2 is feasible and discuss why some of the Round 2 algorithms cannot run successfully in these protocols [CPS19]
- Quantum-Safe Hybrid (QSH) Ciphersuite for Transport Layer Security (TLS) version 1.2: New cipher suite providing modular design for quantum-safe cryptography in the handshake for TLS protocol version 1.2 [SWZ16]
- Real-world measurements of structured-lattices and supersingular isogenies in TLS: Computational advantages of structured lattices make them a more attractive choice for post-quantum confidentiality [L19]
- The TLS Post-Quantum Experiment: Evaluating the performance and feasibility of deployment in TLS of two post-quantum key agreement ciphers [KV19]
- Towards Post-Quantum Security for Cyber-Physical Systems: Integrating PQC into Industrial M2M Communication: Tradeoffs in security big key/certificate sizes results in problems and difficulties for various protocols. [PS20]
- Two PQ Signature Use-cases: Non-issues, challenges and potential solutions: Dilithium and Falcon are the best available options but come with an impact on TLS performance [KS19]

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