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Security Analysis of two Distance-Bounding Protocols

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Show simple item record Abyaneh, Mohammad Reza Sohizadeh eng 2012-10-10T13:37:07Z 2012-10-10T13:37:07Z 2012 eng
dc.identifier.citation Workshop on RFID Security and Privacy (RFIDSec 2011) eng
dc.description Workshop on RFID Security and Privacy (RFIDSec 2011) in Amherst, Massachusetts, USA. eng
dc.description.abstract In this paper, we analyze the security of two recently proposed distance bounding protocols called the “Hitomi” and the “NUS” protocols. Our results show that the claimed security of both protocols has been overestimated. Namely, we show that the Hitomi protocol is susceptible to a full secret key disclosure attack which not only results in violating the privacy of the protocol but also can be exploited for further attacks such as impersonation, mafia fraud and terrorist fraud attacks. Our results also demonstrates that the probability of success in a distance fraud attack against the NUS protocol can be increased up to (34 )n and even slightly more, if the adversary is furnished with some computational capabilities. eng
dc.language.iso eng eng
dc.publisher The author eng
dc.subject RFID eng
dc.subject Privacy eng
dc.subject Distance bounding protocol eng
dc.subject Distance fraud eng
dc.title Security Analysis of two Distance-Bounding Protocols eng
dc.type Conference object eng
dc.rights.holder Copyright the author. All rights reserved
dc.type.version Draft eng

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