IPBio: Embedding Biometric Data in IP Header for Per-Packet Authentication

@inproceedings{Lee2006IPBioEB,
  title={IPBio: Embedding Biometric Data in IP Header for Per-Packet Authentication},
  author={Daesung Lee and Ki-Chang Kim and Year Back Yoo},
  booktitle={ISPA Workshops},
  year={2006}
}
Per-packet authentication is a powerful way to authenticate the user. Other authentication mechanisms (e.g. password authentication) verify the user at login time only while per-packet authentication verifies all packets coming from that user. Since every packet is authenticated repeatedly, inserting a fake packet or masquerading as a legitimate user is effectively prevented. Existing techniques for per-packet authentication such as IPSec or PLA, however, is either too expensive or not strong… CONTINUE READING
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