Protegendo Redes Ad Hoc com Certificados Digitais: Uma Proposta de Arquitetura

Wagner Gaspar BrazilCélio Vinícius Neves de Albuquerque

In this paper we propose a PKI architecture with high availability and resilience to mitigate the Black Hole and Spoofing attacks against ad hoc networks. The architecture is designed to reduce the amount of control messages exchanged, increasing its scalability and performance. In order to reach this goal, we propose that the various nodes within an ad-hoc network use a distributed digital certification service to authenticate and encrypt its messages. Particularly, the media access control and the network protocols must use the authentication and cryptography to protect the network from the above-mentioned attacks, granting confidentiality, authenticity and integrity when exchanging messages. Results show a decrease of up to 85% in the number of messages of the renovation certificates protocol compared to existing approaches.

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