Drifting Keys: Impersonation detection for constrained devices

INFOCOM, pp. 1025-1033, 2013.

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Abstract:

We introduce Drifting Keys (DKs), a simple new approach to detecting device impersonation. DKs enable detection of complete compromise by an attacker of the device and its secret state, e.g., cryptographic keys. A DK evolves within a device randomly over time. Thus an attacker will create DKs that randomly diverge from those in the origin...More

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