Andrey Khurri

Learn More
The Host Identity Protocol (HIP) is being standardized by the IETF as a new solution for host mobility and multihoming in the Internet. HIP uses self-certifying public-private key pairs in combination with IPsec to authenticate hosts and protect user data. While there are three open-source HIP implementations, no experience is available with running HIP on(More)
We compare computational resources required for handling control plane of the Host Identity Protocol (HIP) using Rivest-Shamir-Adleman (RSA) versus Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) encryption algorithms with keys of equivalent strength. We show that servers would establish almost three times more HIP connections per second when ECC is used for generating(More)
An increasing number of mobile devices, including smartphones, use WLAN for accessing the Internet. Existing WLAN authentication mechanisms are either disruptive, such as presenting a captive web page prompting for password, or unreliable, enabling a malicious user to attack a part of operator's infrastructure. In this paper, we present a distributed(More)
The Host Identity Protocol (HIP) has been specified by the IETF as a new solution for secure host mobility and multihoming in the Internet. HIP uses self-certifying publicprivate key pairs in combination with IPsec to authenticate hosts and protect user data. While there are three open-source HIP implementations, little experience is available with running(More)
Recent advances in development of low-cost wireless sensor platforms open up opportunities for novel wireless sensor network (WSN) applications. Likewise emerge security concerns of WSNs receiving closer attention of research community. Well known security threats in WSNs range from Denial-of-Service (DoS), Replay and Sybil attacks to those targeted at(More)
  • 1