Chaotic electronic circuits in cryptography by Matej Šalamon

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Proceedings of the 1st IEEE WoWMoM Workshop on Hot Topics in Mesh Networking (HotMESH ’09), Kos, Greece, June 2009. ; Dora, L; Martinelli, F. & Petrochhi, M. (2010). Fast Certificate-based Authentication Scheme in Multi-Operator Maintained Wireless Mesh Networks. Journal of Computer Communications, Vol 33, Issue 8, May 2010. ; Lin, D. & Xue, R. (2004). Improved Ring Authenticated Encryption Scheme. Proceedings of 10th Joint International Computer Conference (JICC), International Academic Publishers World Publishing Corporation, pp.

To allow extended forwarding and exchange of EAP-TLS authentication messages, proxy RADIUS is involved using proxy chaining among the intermediate nodes between the MCs requesting the authentication and the AS. This approach permits the storage of authentication keys of the MCs in the auxiliary authenticators. This speeds up the re-authentication process and enhances the performance of the adaptive EAP-TLS mechanism. This solution is applicable for WMNs, especially in multi-hop communications. However, to support secure roaming across different wireless mesh routers (WMRs), communication is required between the old and the new WMRs.

Aboba, B. & Vollbrecht, J. (1999). Proxy Chaining and Policy Implementation in Roaming, RFC 2607, October 1999. Akyildiz, I. ; Wang, X. & Wang, W. (2005). Wireless Mesh Networks: A Survey. Computer Networks, Vol 47, No 4, pp. 445–487, March 2005. ; Krawczyk, H. & Tsudik, G. (1999). Untraceable Mobility or How to Travel Incognito. Computer Networks, Vol 31, No 8, pp. 871–884, April 1999. Aura, T. & Roe, M. (2005). Reducing Reauthentication Delay in Wireless Networks. Proceedings of the 1st IEEE International Conference on Security and Privacy for Emerging Areas in Communications Networks (SecureComm’05), pp.

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