Vol.40, No.1, 2022, pp.179-190, doi:10.32604/csse.2022.018166
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Secure and Light Weight Elliptic Curve Cipher Suites in SSL/TLS
  • B. Arunkumar*, G. Kousalya
Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore, 641014, India
* Corresponding Author: B. Arunkumar. Email:
Received 27 February 2021; Accepted 27 April 2021; Issue published 26 August 2021
Abstract
In the current circumstance, e-commerce through an online banking system plays a significant role. Customers may either buy goods from E-Commerce websites or use online banking to move money to other accounts. When a user participates in these types of behaviors, their sensitive information is sent to an untrustworthy network. As a consequence, when transmitting data from an internal browser to an external E-commerce web server using the cryptographic protocol SSL/TLS, the E-commerce web server ensures the security of the user’s data. The user should be pleased with the confidentiality, authentication, and authenticity properties of the SSL/TLS on both the user’s web browser and the remote E-commerce web server. E-Commerce web servers should choose the best SSL/TLS cipher suites for negotiating the user in order to attain such optimistic scenarios, as the cipher suite used in SSL/TLS plays an important role in securing E-Commerce web servers. The paper primarily focuses on analyzing the SSL/TLS cipher and elliptic curves. The paper also recommends the best elliptic curve cipher suites for E-Commerce and online banking servers, based on their power consumption, handshake execution time, and key exchange and signature verification time.
Keywords
Elliptic curve; cipher suites; secp256r1; curve25519; ed25519
Cite This Article
B. Arunkumar and G. Kousalya, "Secure and light weight elliptic curve cipher suites in ssl/tls," Computer Systems Science and Engineering, vol. 40, no.1, pp. 179–190, 2022.
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