PSIM: A tool for analysis of device pairing methods

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PSIM: A tool for analysis of device pairing methods
Wireless networks are a common place nowadays and almost all of the modern devices support wireless communication in some form. These networks differ from more traditional computing systems due to the ad-hoc and spontaneous nature of interactions among devices. These systems are prone to security risks, such as eavesdropping and require different techniques as compared to traditional security mechanisms. Recently, secure device pairing in wireless environments has got substantial attention from many researchers. As a result, a significant set of techniques and protocols have been proposed to deal with this issue. Some of these techniques consider devices equipped with infrared, laser, ultrasound transceivers or 802.11 network interface cards; while others require embedded accelerometers, cameras and/or LEDs, displays, microphones and/or speakers. However, many of the proposed techniques or protocols have not been implemented at all; while others are implemented and evaluated in a stan...
Yasir Arfat Malkani, Lachhman Das Dhomeja
Added 09 Dec 2010
Updated 09 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors Yasir Arfat Malkani, Lachhman Das Dhomeja
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