Analysis of the HIP Base Exchange Protocol

@inproceedings{Aura2005AnalysisOT,
  title={Analysis of the HIP Base Exchange Protocol},
  author={Tuomas Aura and Aarthi Nagarajan and Andrei V. Gurtov},
  booktitle={ACISP},
  year={2005}
}
The Host Identity Protocol (HIP) is an Internet security and multiaddressing mechanism specified by the IETF. HIP introduces a new layer between the transport and network layers of the TCP/IP stack that maps host identifiers to network locations, thus separating the two conflicting roles that IP addresses have in the current Internet. This paper analyzes the security and functionality of the HIP base exchange, which is a classic key exchange protocol with some novel features for authentication… CONTINUE READING
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