CCN-KRS: a key resolution service for CCN

  title={CCN-KRS: a key resolution service for CCN},
  author={Priya Mahadevan and Ersin Uzun and Spencer Sevilla and J. J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves},
A key feature of the Content Centric Networking (CCN) architecture is the requirement for each piece of content to be individually signed by its publisher. Thus, CCN should, in principle, be immune to distributing fake content. However, in practice, the network cannot easily detect and drop fake content as the trust context (i.e., the public keys that need to be trusted for verifying the content signature) is an application-dependent concept. CCN provides mechanisms for consumers to request a… CONTINUE READING
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