Enhancement of ZigBee and Wi-Fi security by a robust and fast chaotic algorithm

@article{Bakhache2011EnhancementOZ,
  title={Enhancement of ZigBee and Wi-Fi security by a robust and fast chaotic algorithm},
  author={Bassem Bakhache and Joseph M. Ghazal and Safwan El Assad},
  journal={2011 5th International Conference on Network and System Security},
  year={2011},
  pages={300-304}
}
The security protocols used in ZigBee and Wi-Fi networks rely on stream cipher algorithms, like RC4 (Used in WEP and WPA) or AES-CTR (in WPA2), to encrypt data before transmission. RC4 is a fast algorithm, but represents some major flaws. AES is a very robust algorithm, but it is time consuming. For some industrial and medical applications, these algorithms don't respect the real-time and robustness requirements at the same time. Therefore, new fast stream ciphers where proposed in the eStream… CONTINUE READING

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