WalnutDSA™ verifies that a message has been signed with a trusted third-party’s private key. This is done by hashing the message to a constant length and verifying that the message digest and signature can be verified against the signer’s public key.
Ironwood™ KAP is a Diffie-Hellman-like authentication protocol that establishes a shared secret between two parties. A CMAC of the shared secret (combined with a nonce) is used to mutually authenticate the parties.
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