GDB: Group Distance Bounding Protocols

Secure Distance Bounding (DB) protocols allow one entity, the verifier, to securely obtain an upper-bound on the distance to another entity, the prover. Thus far, DB was considered mostly in the context of a single prover and a single verifier. There has been no substantial prior work on secure DB in group settings, where a set of provers interact with a set of verifiers. The need for Group Distance Bounding (GDB) is motivated by many practical scenarios, including: group device pairing, location-based access control and secure distributed localization. GDB is also useful in mission-critical networks and automotive computer systems.

Provided by: ETH Zurich Topic: Mobility Date Added: Nov 2010 Format: PDF

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