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Behavioral Pattern Analysis of Secure Migration and Communications in eCommerce using Cryptographic Protocols on a Mobile MAS Platform

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3 Author(s)
Pozo, S. ; Dept. of Comput. Languages & Syst., Seville Univ. ; Gasca, R.M. ; Ceballos, R.

Mobile multi-agent systems (MAS) systems can be used with real success in a growing number of eCommerce applications nowadays. Security has been identified as numerous times by different researchers as a top criterion for the acceptance of mobile agent adoption. In this paper, we present an in-depth analysis of behavior patterns of a mobile MAS platform when using different cryptographic protocols to assure communication and migration integrity and confidentiality. Different use case sceneries of eCommerce applications as well as many other aspects have been studied, such as overhead, different communication patterns, different loads and bandwidth issues. This work is also extensible to other mobile and non-mobile MAS platforms. The results obtained can be used and should be taken into account by designers and implementers of secure mobile and also non-mobile agent platforms and agents

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Mobile Commerce and Services, 2005. WMCS '05. The Second IEEE International Workshop on

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19-19 July 2005

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