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Shared Security: How Wireless Sensor Networks Can Benefit from Threshold Cryptography

Koschuch, Manuel ; Hudler, Matthias ; Krüger, Michael ; Lory, Peter ; Wenzl, Jürgen Obaidat, M. S. ; Sevillano, J. L. ; Filipe, J. , eds.


Wireless sensor networks consist of a huge number of small nodes, communicating wirelessly, to transmit any sort of measured data, like temperature, radiation, etc. At the air interface, unprotected messages can be easily intercepted and modified by an attacker. Traditionally, symmetric cryptography is deployed in sensor networks, due to the nodes being constrained in terms of energy, processing ...


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