Krishna Sampigethaya

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— Communication messages in vehicular ad hoc networks (VANET) can be used to locate and track vehicles. While tracking can be beneficial for vehicle navigation, it can also lead to threats on location privacy of vehicle user. In this paper, we address the problem of mitigating unauthorized tracking of vehicles based on their broadcast communications, to(More)
In wireless networks, the location tracking of devices and vehicles (nodes) based on their identifiable and locatable broadcasts, presents potential threats to the location privacy of their users. While the tracking of nodes can be mitigated to an extent by updating their identifiers to decorrelate their traversed locations, such an approach is still(More)
Cryptography Protocols Number theory Elections Secret ballot Mixnets a b s t r a c t Electronic voting is an emerging social application of cryptographic protocols. A vast amount of literature on electronic voting has been developed over the last two decades. In this paper, we provide a framework that classifies these approaches and defines a set of metrics(More)
— In vehicular ad hoc networks (VANET), it is possible to locate and track a vehicle based on its transmissions, during communication with other vehicles or the roadside infrastructure. This type of tracking leads to threats on the location privacy of the vehicle's user. In this paper, we study the problem of providing location privacy in VANET by allowing(More)
The general trend towards ubiquitous networking has reached the realm of airplanes. E-enabled airplanes with wired and wireless network interfaces offer a wide spectrum of network applications, in particular electronic distribution of software (EDS), and onboard collection and off-board retrieval of airplane health reports. On the other hand, airplane(More)
— Commercial aviation is at the threshold of the era of the e-enabled airplane, brought about by the convergence of rapidly expanding worldwide data communication infrastruc-tures, network-centric information processing and commoditized lightweight computational hardware. With advanced avionics, processing and wireless communication capabilities, the(More)
—The future " eEnabled " airplane, capable of participating as an intelligent node in a global information network, is a cyber-physical system (CPS) that requires real-time, continuous and concurrent monitoring as well as control. Vulnerabilities, however, can emerge from the integration of the eEnabled airplane with cyber-infrastructure such as the onboard(More)