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What is a session key? A session key is a single-use symmetric key used for encrypting all messages in one communication session. Scenario: Alice would like to establish a secure communication with Bob. But she cannot provide the key in plain text, otherwise someone sniffing the communication might be able to decrypt the information later on. What ...
If my understanding is correct, anyone in possession of Bob's private key can easily determine the session key and decrypt the message. Only Bob should have access to Bob's Private Key, hence no one else would be able to decrypt the encrypted session key.
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