ComPass: Proximity Aware Common Passphrase Agreement Protocol for Wi-Fi devices Using Physical Layer Security

@inproceedings{Reaz2021ComPassPA,
  title={ComPass: Proximity Aware Common Passphrase Agreement Protocol for Wi-Fi devices Using Physical Layer Security},
  author={Khan Reaz and Gerhard Wunder},
  booktitle={IMIS},
  year={2021}
}
Secure and scalable device provisioning is a notorious challenge in Wi-Fi. WPA2/WPA3 solutions take user interaction and a strong passphrase for granted. However, the often weak passphrases are subject to guessing attacks. Notably, there has been a significant rise of cyberattacks on Wi-Fi home or small office networks during the COVID-19 pandemic. This paper addresses the device provisioning problem in Wi-Fi (personal mode) and proposes ComPass protocol to supplement WPA2/WPA3. ComPass… 

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