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SeReRoM: Secured Reliable Routing Scheme for Multicasting

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SeReRoM: Secured Reliable Routing Scheme for Multicasting
This paper proposes a multipath routing scheme SeReRoM for a multicast group communication with a single source and multiple destinations. SeReRoM provides an environment that tackles the twin issues of security and reliability. In SeReRoM the message to be sent is divided into ’k’ packets. An error correcting scheme used to provide reliability converts the ’k’ packets into ’n’ packets (n > k) and the ’n’ packets are transmitted through ’n’ node disjoint multicast distribution trees to reach all the destinations in the group. The reception of ’k’ packets out of ’n’ packets will enable the destination user to recover the original message. Thus failure of (n-k) distribution tree will not affect the regular communication in the group. Any hacker listening to one single tree will not be able to retrieve the entire portion of the message from the source node, thus providing security in addition to the secure key management scheme that exist for the multicast...
Rajavelu Srinivasan, V. Vaidehi, K. N. Srivathsan,
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where IJNSEC
Authors Rajavelu Srinivasan, V. Vaidehi, K. N. Srivathsan, L. Ramesh Babu, C. Karunagaran
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