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Homomorphic Cryptography Based Anonymous Routing

Abstract : The impressive development of ubiquitous systems and anywhere, anytime communications is faces security issues that prevent this industry from growing any further. Because of the properties of these systems, it is especially difficult to prevent users' private information leakage such as the users' identities or the relations between users. In the world of mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs), ad hoc routing protocols should ensure the protection of the nodes' identities, as well as their geographic and relative location. In this paper, we propose a proactive routing protocol using fully homomorphic cryptography to guarantee the protection of nodes' private information. This incipient technology allows to use an information without decrypting it, i.e. without having access to it. Using as little assumptions as possible, we show that a privacy-preserving proactive ad hoc routing protocol is possible.
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Antoine Guellier. Homomorphic Cryptography Based Anonymous Routing. Cryptography and Security [cs.CR]. 2013. ⟨dumas-00854815⟩

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