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Increasing Attack Resiliency of Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks

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Increasing Attack Resiliency of Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks
An ad hoc or sensor network that is employed for security sensitive applications is expected to tolerate a certain quantity of maliciously behaving nodes. Algorithms must be designed in a way to withstand attacks such as manipulation and injection of messages. End-to-end security mechanisms, albeit desirable, are generally too costly with regard to the limited computational resources available in sensor networks. We propose and evaluate a robust, scalable scheme for interleaved message authentication, which approximates security guarantees of end-to-end schemes.
Harald Vogt
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Year 2005
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Authors Harald Vogt
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