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Is there light at the ends of the tunnel? Wireless sensor networks for adaptive lighting in road tunnels
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This paper presents a novel application where WSNs are used precisely to enable closed-loop control, for adaptive lighting in road tunnels. Expand
Secure peer sampling
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We propose an extension to existing gossip protocols with a detection mechanism that identifies and blacklists nodes that are suspected of behaving maliciously. Expand
Canning spam in wireless gossip networks
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We study the threat posed by malicious nodes inserting spam in a wireless gossip network using gossiping as a method for information dissemination. Expand
Secure Peer Sampling Service: The Mosquito Attack
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We introduce a novel attack model, called the mosquito attack, which is a particular instance of the hub attack, a solution to which is proposed and evaluated. Expand
Identifying Malicious Peers Before It's Too Late: A Decentralized Secure Peer Sampling Service
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We present a completely distributed defense against such attacks and give results from simulation experiments. Expand
PeerSim HOWTO : Build a new protocol for the PeerSim 1 . 0 simulator
• knowledge of the Java language • a Java compiler for Java version 1.5; we propose ≥ JDK 1.5.x • the PeerSim 1.0 package (http://sourceforge.net/projects/PeerSim), or the PeerSim source tree (youExpand
Exploring the interdisciplinary connections of gossip-based systems
TLDR
In recent years the labels "gossip" and gossip-based" have been applied to an increasingly general class of algorithms, including approaches to information aggregation, overlay network management and clock synchronization. Expand
Secure gossiping techniques and components
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Gossip protocols have proved to be a viable solution to set-up and manage largescale P2P services or applications in a fully decentralised scenario. Expand
A Secure Peer Sampling Service
Gossiping protocols have proven to be valuable components to build higher level services and applications. Many of them rely on a common feature; the ability to exchange information with a neighborExpand
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