International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Electronics & Communication Engineering | India | Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014 | Rating: 6.4 / 10


Key Pre Distribution for Multicast Groups using Two Server Authentication in WSN

Maddineni Ramchandra | T. Madhavi Kumari [3]


Abstract: Presented the sensitivity in the potential WSN purposes and on account of resource constraints, key management emerges as being a challenging difficulty for WSNs. One of the many concerns when designing a crucial management scheme would be the network scalability. Certainly, the process should support a large number of nodes permit a significant scale deployment in the network. In this paper, we propose a new scalable crucial management program for WSNs which gives beneficial secure connection coverage. For this purpose, we use the unital layout theory. We show which the basic mapping via unitals to help key pre- distribution we can achieve large network scalability. Even so, this trusting mapping does not guarantee an increased key discussing probability. Therefore, we suggest an increased unital-based crucial pre-distribution program providing large network scalability along with good crucial sharing possibility approximately reduce bounded. We prolong this recommended system by providing new several group crucial management (MGKM) program, named the actual master-key-encryption-based MGKM (MKE-MGKM) program, which can reduce the rekeying cost from taking care of multiple collection keys. The real key idea in the MKEMGKM should be to employ an asymmetric encryption program, called the actual master crucial encryption (MKE), to further improve the rekeying efficiency by relieving the rekeying cost. new several group crucial management (MGKM) program, named the actual master-key-encryption-based MGKM (MKE-MGKM) program, which can reduce the rekeying cost from taking care of multiple collection keys. The real key idea in the MKEMGKM should be to employ an asymmetric encryption program, called the actual master crucial encryption (MKE), to further improve the rekeying efficiency by relieving the rekeying cost. To boost the security we all propose a new symmetric remedy for two-server PAKE. In every existing two-server PAKE standards, two servers are offered random pass word shares pw1 along with pw2 subject to pw1 along with pw2. Within our protocol, you can expect one server S1 through an encryption in the password along with another server S2 through an encryption in the password in which pk1 along with pk2 include the encryption tips of S1 along with S2, respectively. Furthermore, two servers are offered random pass word shares b1 along with b2, where H is a hash purpose.


Keywords: WSN, Security, Key Management, Scalability


Edition: Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014,


Pages: 240 - 245


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