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A framework for confronting key-swapping collusion attack on random pairwise key pre-distribution schemes for distributed sensor networks

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2 Author(s)
Dai, T.T. ; Univ. of Technol., Sydney, NSW ; Agbinya, J.I.

Random pairwise key pre-distribution schemes have been adopted extensively as a preferred approach to pairwise key agreement problem in distributed sensor networks. However, their practical applicability is threatened by the key-swapping collusion attack whose goal is to ruin critical applications that require collaborative efforts. In this paper, we propose a light-weight framework for thwarting the attack. Our framework is a winning combination of intermittent deployment strategy and one-way hash chain. The framework thereby evades undesirable requirements of functionalities and resources, topological pre-deployment knowledge, or costly location-based detection algorithms, yet maintaining network scalability. Moreover, the in-depth analysis shows in the optimistic situation the framework not only completely defeats the attack but also diminishes usability of non-collusion compromised nodes to attackers. Meanwhile, it still maintains network resilience at a remarkable level in the worst situation. Finally, the performance overheads are analysed to be acceptable for use in the current sensor node generation.

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Mobile Ad Hoc and Sensor Systems, 2008. MASS 2008. 5th IEEE International Conference on

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Sept. 29 2008-Oct. 2 2008

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