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Towards the proliferation of architectures, tools and applications that have the potential to be used during an emergency rescue mission, the authors present a framework for emergency real-time communication using autonomous networks, called emergency Mobile Ad-hoc NETworks (eMANETs). By eMANETs they refer to networks that are deployed in emergency cases where default telecommunications infrastructure has failed. Their goal is to design a security framework that will secure real-time communications during emergency rescue scenarios. The proposed framework consists of a secure routing protocol, intrusion detection provision and security extension for real-time communications using peer-to-peer overlays.
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