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Digital fingerprinting is a technique for identifying users who use multimedia content for unintended purpose, such as  redistribution. In order to characterize the fingerprints that can withstand collusion attack, Dittmann et. al proposed the definition of Anti-Collusion Codes (ACCs). In this paper, we present a new approach to construct(More)
Broadcast authentication is an essential service in wireless sensor networks. There are two general approaches for broadcast authentication in wireless sensor networks: digital signatures and μTESLA-based techniques. Digital signature is based on Public Key Cryptography (PKC). With the advance of technology, PKC will sooner or later be widely used in(More)
Based on the epidemic theory, this paper proposes a novel model for analyzing the dynamics of worm propagation in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). The proposed model supports the sleep and work interleaving schedule policy for sensor nodes, and it can also describe the process of multi-worm propagation in WSNs. In addition, a necessary condition for worms(More)
A buyer-seller watermarking protocol can enable a seller to successfully identify a traitor from a pirated copy, while preventing the seller from framing an innocent buyer. To this end, many buyer-seller watermarking protocols have been proposed. In the existing watermarking protocols, one or more of the major common problems which are customer's rights,(More)