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Survey of Six Myths and Oversights about Distributed Hash Tables' Security

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Survey of Six Myths and Oversights about Distributed Hash Tables' Security
Distributed Hash Tables (DHT) was not designed to be secure against malicious users. But some secure systems like trust and reputation management algorithms trust DHT with their data. Several propositions have been made to make DHTs appear secure but they fail in practice. We review some of those propositions and explain why they do not work. Our main conclusion is that DHT should not be used to create secure systems.
Sylvain Dahan, Mitsuhisa Sato
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICDCSW
Authors Sylvain Dahan, Mitsuhisa Sato
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