|1||Alice generates a key pair (X,x) by generating randomly x and calculating X=xP with P a point on an elliptic curve.|
|2||Bob generates a key pair (Y,y) in the same way as Alice.|
|3||Now, Alice calculates and sends X to Bob.|
|4||Bob calculates and sends Y to Alice.|
|5||Alice calculates and Bob calculates where h is the cofactor (see Elliptic curve cryptography: domain parameters).|
|6||The communication of secret was successful. A key for a symmetric-key algorithm can be derived from K.|
Note: for the algorithm to be secure some checks have to be performed. See Hankerson et al.
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