Intelligent Home Network Authentication: Home Device Authentication Using Device Certification

  title={Intelligent Home Network Authentication: Home Device Authentication Using Device Certification},
  author={Deok-Gyu Lee and Yun-kyung Lee and Jong Wook Han and Jong Hyuk Park and Imyeong Lee},
  booktitle={OTM Conferences},
The intelligent home network environment is thing which invisible computer that is not shown linked mutually through network so that user may use computer always is been pervasive. As home network service is popularized, the interest in home network security is going up. Many people interested in home network security usually consider user authentication and authorization. But the consideration about home device authentication almost doesn't exist. In this paper, we describes home device… 
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