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SECRYPT
2008
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Yet Another Secure Distance-Bounding Protocol
Distance-bounding protocols have been proposed by Brands and Chaum in 1993 in order to detect relay attacks, also known as mafia fraud. Although the idea has been introduced fiftee...
Ventzislav Nikov, Marc Vauclair
MOBIQUITOUS
2007
IEEE
8 years 9 months ago
Key Establishment Using Secure Distance Bounding Protocols
Key establishment is one of the major challenges in Wireless Personal Area Networks, as traditional security mechanisms often do not cope with the dynamic characteristics of wirel...
Dave Singelée, Bart Preneel
ESAS
2006
Springer
8 years 7 months ago
So Near and Yet So Far: Distance-Bounding Attacks in Wireless Networks
Distance-bounding protocols aim to prevent an adversary from pretending that two parties are physically closer than they really are. We show that proposed distance-bounding protoco...
Jolyon Clulow, Gerhard P. Hancke, Markus G. Kuhn, ...
PERCOM
2006
ACM
9 years 3 months ago
YA-TRAP: Yet Another Trivial RFID Authentication Protocol
Security and privacy in RFID systems is an important and active research area. A number of challenges arise due to the extremely limited computational, storage and communication a...
Gene Tsudik
ICDCS
2007
IEEE
8 years 9 months ago
Resilient Cluster Formation for Sensor Networks
Sensor nodes are often organized into clusters to facilitate many network operations such as data aggregation. Clustering has to be protected in hostile environments. Otherwise, a...
Donggang Liu
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