Corpus ID: 3755646

Authenticated and efficient key management for wireless ad hoc networks

  title={Authenticated and efficient key management for wireless ad hoc networks},
  author={S. Seys and B. Preneel},
  • S. Seys, B. Preneel
  • Published 2003
  • Computer Science
  • In this paper we present a key management protocol for wireless ad hoc multi-hop networks. Two objectives were crucial in our design: (1) distributed trust to ensure robustness, and (2) strong authentication to prevent the battery drain attack. We achieve distributed trust by presenting a hierarchical and distributed public key infrastructure for ad hoc networks. Our PKI has been designed to map onto hierarchical ad hoc networks, while maintaining global connectivity and flexibility. If a… CONTINUE READING
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