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Privacy-Preserving Quick Authentication in Fast Roaming Networks

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Privacy-Preserving Quick Authentication in Fast Roaming Networks
Vehicular networks will become an important component for information accesses in one’s daily life. A vehicular network provides a vehicular user not only chances to communicate with peer vehicles but also to use Internet through roadside access points (APs). During a trip a vehicular user could roam across multiple APs either belong to their home wireless domain or to domains owned by different authorities. This poses challenges on privacy and network performance to the current public wireless network access protocols. In this paper we explore an idea that shifts the paradigm of authentication that goes back to home networks to a paradigm of authentication that performs at the APs. We propose three authentication schemes in realizing the idea. These schemes are designed for preserving user’s identity and location privacy. They also greatly reduce response time for authentication when roaming. The paper then analyzes the security and privacy properties of these schemes as well as ...
Jun Liu, Xiaoyan Hong, Qunwei Zheng, Lei Tang
Added 12 Jun 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where LCN
Authors Jun Liu, Xiaoyan Hong, Qunwei Zheng, Lei Tang
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