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The application of improved-DAA for the vehicle network node security in single- and multi-trusted domain

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  • Similar to network, vehicle-mounted system has its own vulnerability, which can be used by the attackers. Different from the traditional network security technologies, node security is one of the most important technologies of the vehicle network and it is difficult to achieve because of the mobility and flexibility. In this paper, trusted computing and direct anonymous attestation theories are adopted to establish protocol system of trusted vehicle information authentication, thus the security of authentication process for nodes in vehicle network can be improved. First, we use DAA to achieve the identity authentication for the accessor in single-trusted domain. Second, the improved-DAA will be used to try to promote the security situation in multi-trusted domain. It is illustrated that the efficiency of verification can be increased and the possibility of being attacked can be decreased in single-trusted domain. And the execution efficiency in multi-trusted domain can be improved theoretically.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 68M12, 94A05; Secondary: 93D09.


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