Certificate Revocation in Vehicular Networks

  title={Certificate Revocation in Vehicular Networks},
  author={Maxim Raya and Daniel Jungels and Panos Papadimitratos and Imad Aad and Jean-Pierre Hubaux},
Among civilian communication systems, vehicular networks emerge as one of the most convincing and yet most challenging instantiations of the mobile ad hoc networking technology. Towards their deployment, security is a critical factor and significant challenge to be met. In this paper, we are concerned with the problem of certificate revocation in vehicular networks, a problem of central importance for any security architecture and particularly difficult for vehicular networks. We contribute a… CONTINUE READING
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