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A Transparent Distributed Ledger-based Certificate Revocation Scheme for VANETs

  title={A Transparent Distributed Ledger-based Certificate Revocation Scheme for VANETs},
  author={Andrea Tesei and Domenico Lattuca and Paolo Pagano and Marco Luise and Joaquim Ferreira and Paulo C. Bartolomeu},
Among the available communication systems, vehicular networks are emerging as one of the most promising and yet most challenging instantiations of mobile ad-hoc network technologies. The deployment of such networks in large scale requires the enforcement of stringent security mechanisms that need to abide by the technical, societal, legal, and economical requirements of Intelligent Transportation Systems. Authentication is an effective process for validating user identity in vehicular netoworks… Expand

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