Non-interactive Authentication Scheme Providing Privacy among Drivers in Vehicle-to-Vehicle Networks

@article{Salem2010NoninteractiveAS,
  title={Non-interactive Authentication Scheme Providing Privacy among Drivers in Vehicle-to-Vehicle Networks},
  author={Fatty M. Salem and Maged Hamada Ibrahim and I. I. Ibrahim},
  journal={2010 Sixth International Conference on Networking and Services},
  year={2010},
  pages={156-161}
}
In this paper, we present a non-interactive authentication scheme providing privacy among drivers in vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication networks. Where the drivers, who are members of V2V networks, are organized into groups. Each group has a shared public key between members. Additionally, each member has a private key provided by the Third Trusted Party (TTP). In our proposed scheme, we ensure driver's privacy by allowing members to change their own set of public keys frequently using the… CONTINUE READING

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