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A Novel Security Protocol for VANET

B. Divya, Dr. Ch. Mallikarjuna Rao,

Department of Computer Science and Engineering Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad, India
:10.22362/ijcert/2017/v4/i8/xxxx [UNDER PROCESS]

Vehicular ad-hoc network (VANET) has recently received signi?cant considerations to enhance traf?c security and ef?ciency. Notwithstanding, correspondence trust, and client protection still present useful worries to the sending of VANET, either suffer from the substantial workload of downloading the latest denial list from a remote authority or can't enable drivers made a beeline to choose the dependability of a message when the verification on messages is unknown. In this paper, to cope with these challenging concerns, we propose a new verification convention for VANET in a decentralized group model by using a new group signature scheme. In the assistance of the new group signature scheme, the proposed verification convention is featured with threshold authentication, ef?cient revocation, unforgeability, anonymity, and traceability. Also, the assisting group signature scheme may also be of independent interest, as it is characterized by ef?cient traceability and message-linkability at the same time. Broad investigations show that our proposed edge mysterious validation convention is secure, and the veri?cation of messages among vehicles can be quickened by utilizing batch message preparing methods.

B. Divya, & Dr. Ch. Mallikarjuna Rao. (2017). A Novel Security Protocol for VANET. International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 4(8), 330-335. Retrieved from

Keywords : Vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANETs), conditional privacy, threshold authentication, group signature

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