In this paper, we present security primitives required to achieve privacy in content-based opportunistic networks. We define three privacy models adapted to content-based networking and detail what are the requirements that the security primitives have to achieve in order to fit in each of these models. We also propose an original approach based on multiple layer commutative encryption that features full privacy content-based networking.
Privacy in content-based opportunistic networks
WON 2009, 2nd IEEE International Workshop on Opportunistic Networking, May 29, 2009, Bradford, UK
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