Multipath key exchange on P2P networks

  title={Multipath key exchange on P2P networks},
  author={Yuuki Takano and Naoki Isozaki and Yoichi Shinoda},
  journal={First International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES'06)},
  pages={8 pp.-755}
Distributed-hash-table (DHT) has been proposed to solve the problem of scaling for P2P networks. However, there are some problems of security in P2P networks. One of the problem is that key exchange is not performed preventing against endangering security. This reason may be the fact that P2P networks have no trusted server. Although certification and authentication are able to protect key exchange from spoofing and man-in-the-middle attacks, these cannot be applied because of that. Therefore… CONTINUE READING
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