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A Secure Protocol for Traffic Police Mobile Communication System

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5 Author(s)
Rad, H.A. ; Dept. of Comput. & Commun. Syst. Eng., Univ. Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia ; Samsudin, K. ; Ramli, A.R.B. ; Tehrani, M.B.
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The advance of wireless networking, communication, and mobile technology is making a big impact to daily life. Mobile devices, such as cell phones, and PDAs are becoming more popular each day. The large number of mobile users along with the ubiquitous nature of mobile devices has created a huge market for mobile applications and is caused a strong demand on secured and reliable mobile applications. Power and memory limitations of current mobile handsets make the design and development of such services complex. To cause of road development and increase number of vehicles, road traffic control is very difficult by police, so using of the new method for registrations and infractions control, seems unavoidable. Mobile device could be used by police for driving infractions registration.The proposed protocol not only satisfies the convenience and ease of use that is generally required for mobile users, it also provides the transaction security in high level, so that this protocol has special regard to security factors and prepare short time period for changing Key, any transaction have any Key, Keys donpsilat distribute on network and so on. This protocol is suitable for actual needs both in speed and security, and it is clear that the framework can be extended to the other mobile information systems, such as m-commerce. The aim of our work is to develop a protocol for GSM service, which provides an end-to-end secure in a fast communication between the Traffic Police Data Center (TPDC) and its mobile officer.

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Future Computer and Communication, 2009. ICFCC 2009. International Conference on

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3-5 April 2009