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This paper looks at how developers can use open and freely available technology to provide a level of identity security and trust to service discovery in an untrusted ad-hoc network environment. Initial research shows that using multicast Domain Name Services (DNS) when coupled with X.509 machine-issued certificates gives an adequate level of identification when new computers wish to find and use services across a network. Further research is necessary to generalize the problem and to explore caveats.
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