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Scalable multicast security in dynamic groups

Refik Molva, Alain Pannetrat
1999 Proceedings of the 6th ACM conference on Computer and communications security - CCS '99  
Thanks to this dependency, the containment of security exposures in large multicast groups is assured.  ...  The framework also assures both the scalability for large dynamic groups and the security of individual members. Two different key distribution protocols complying with the framework are introduced.  ...  Only [6] and [12] seem to address both security and scalability requirements in large dynamic groups.  ... 
doi:10.1145/319709.319723 dblp:conf/ccs/MolvaP99 fatcat:ws2r4ctnqbdhtc5bwgfxd4uilq

Scalable and lightweight key distribution for secure group communications

Fu-Yuan Lee, Shiuhpyng Shieh
2004 International Journal of Network Management  
Securing group communications in dynamic and large-scale groups is more complex than securing one-to-one communications due to the inherent scalability issue of group key management.  ...  In particular, cost for key establishment and key renewing is usually relevant to the group size and subsequently becomes a performance bottleneck in achieving scalability.  ...  Conclusion In this paper, we proposed a scalable, groupkey distribution scheme designed to support secure communications in large dynamic multicast groups.  ... 
doi:10.1002/nem.515 fatcat:3kvnrtlobvgvtdf6olr6ojk6qy

Iolus

Suvo Mittra
1997 Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM '97 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communication - SIGCOMM '97  
In this paper, we examine and model the dierences between unicast and multicast security and then propose Iolus: a novel framework for scalable secure multicasting.  ...  In turn, these dierences can result in scalability problems for many t ypical applications.  ...  The Iolus Framework From our earlier discussion, it can be seen that large and/or dynamic groups do not scale up in terms of multicast security.  ... 
doi:10.1145/263105.263179 dblp:conf/sigcomm/Mittra97 fatcat:756ctddbivgahdb4ijnurqy55q

Iolus

Suvo Mittra
1997 Computer communication review  
In this paper, we examine and model the dierences between unicast and multicast security and then propose Iolus: a novel framework for scalable secure multicasting.  ...  In turn, these dierences can result in scalability problems for many t ypical applications.  ...  The Iolus Framework From our earlier discussion, it can be seen that large and/or dynamic groups do not scale up in terms of multicast security.  ... 
doi:10.1145/263109.263179 fatcat:emhxm4gbavasrd64lcodpw2fqa

Scalable multicast security with dynamic recipient groups

Refik Molva, Alain Pannetrat
2000 ACM Transactions on Privacy and Security  
The framework also ensures both the scalability for large dynamic groups and the security of individual members.  ...  Thanks to this dependency, the containment of security exposures in large multicast groups is ensured.  ...  We present a framework for multicast security that focuses on two issues: -scalability in large dynamic groups: The amount of processing of each individual component of the multicast security mechanism  ... 
doi:10.1145/357830.357834 fatcat:aickoir5rjd7pj3bkfdvrp4rpm

Secure Multicast Key Distribution for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks [article]

D. SuganyaDevi, G.Padmavathi
2010 arXiv   pre-print
This has to overcome the challenging element of "1 affects n" problem which is due to high dynamicity of groups.  ...  Key management is the fundamental challenge in designing secure multicast communications.  ...  Thus this approach is scalable and efficient for dynamic multicast groups.  ... 
arXiv:1003.1799v1 fatcat:5gcy3vdnybhcfpuydjrfzcimra

Dynamic Group Key Management Protocol [chapter]

Ghassan Chaddoud, Isabelle Chrisment, André Schaff
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, after introducing the research work related to securing multicast communication, we present the protocol Baal 1 as a solution to the scalability problems of key management in dynamic multicast  ...  and confidentiality to transport data securely.  ...  In a secure multicast communication where membership is dynamic (dynamism can depend on the security policy adopted by group membership or on multicast applications), member eviction or join is possible  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45116-1_25 fatcat:tlf4reudxnedfgajvcozrzaxwy

A Highly Distributed Dynamic IP Multicast Accounting and Management Framework [chapter]

Hassen Sallay, Olivier Festor
2003 Integrated Network Management VIII  
Multicast services are dynamic by nature. This dynamic behaviour is mainly generated by joinlleave operations of group members.  ...  To be efficient in the multicast context, four factors need to be considered : 1 the multicast dynamics, 2 the scale factor, 3 the degree of specialisation for the management functions, and, 4 the ease  ...  Through the micro-dynamics level, the evolution of the group members (join/leave operations to a multicast group) can be monitored.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35674-7_4 fatcat:tltfjebf7veapkbxt7kj7yd2zi

A survey of proposals for an alternative group communication service

A. El-Sayed, V. Roca, L. Mathy
2003 IEEE Network  
Although less efficient and scalable than native multicast routing, such alternative services are generally suitable for the purpose.  ...  Therefore, a first motivation for an alternative group communication service is to bypass the lack of native IP multicast routing.  ...  Scalability If scalability in terms of the group size is an explicit target of traditional multicast routing protocols, it is not required in all situations.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mnet.2003.1174177 fatcat:qip77yefhrbzpaylpx6ha2frq4

BURSTY OPERATION IN SCALABLE KEY MANAGEMENT PROTO

F Omara, S Zaki, M AboElsoud
2011 Egyptian Journal for Engineering Sciences and Technology  
These clusters are updated periodically depending on the dynamism of the members during the secure session.  ...  In order to offer secrecy for multicast applications, the traffic encryption key has to be changed whenever a user joins or leaves the system.  ...  Challal et al. ( [8] ) proposed Adaptive Clustering for Scalable Group Key Management (ASGK) that divides the multicast group into subgroups that are managed by Subgroup Security Agents (SSAs).  ... 
doi:10.21608/eijest.2011.96658 fatcat:4crl3dpfsbagrluhkomgqb4lsq

Simulation of A Novel Scalable Group Key Management Protocol

Amrutasagar Kavarthapu, Aswini Kavarthapu
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Secure and multicast group communication is an active area of research. The main problem in secure group communication is group dynamics and key management.  ...  Group key management brings challenges on scalability for multicast security.  ...  As an important and mandatory building block for multicast applications, multicast security has been extensively researched in the past decades for protecting multicast communications.  ... 
doi:10.5120/11631-7103 fatcat:tfhiniq6unatzmwdqu4tluh6gi

Decentralized group key management for dynamic networks using proxy cryptography

Junbeom Hur, Youngjoo Shin, Hyunsoo Yoon
2007 Proceedings of the 3rd ACM workshop on QoS and security for wireless and mobile networks - Q2SWinet '07  
Decentralized group key management mechanisms offer beneficial solutions to enhance the scalability and reliability of a secure multicast framework by confining the impact of a membership change in a local  ...  The proposed scheme can support a secure group communication in dynamic network environments where there is no trusted central controller for the whole network and the network topology changes frequently  ...  Hence, an efficient group key management scheme which works in a distributed way is essential for secure group communication in the untrusted dynamic networks.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1298239.1298261 dblp:conf/mswim/HurSY07 fatcat:f3oaoqtlq5adlmihrco7hzqwl4

A secure multicast protocol for the internet's multicast backbone

Wen-Her Yang, Kai-Wei Fan, Shiuh-Pyng Shieh
2001 International Journal of Network Management  
In this paper we propose a secure and efficient multicast protocol where the key management is distributed to local groups.  ...  The proposed protocol takes advantage of MBone topology to maintain scalability and efficiency at the same time.  ...  Scalable Secure Multicast Protocol In this section a scalable and secure multicast protocol suitable for MBone is proposed.  ... 
doi:10.1002/nem.392 fatcat:n3mby7eihvazdhgkmi2ev2vzw4

Survey of Group Key Management Techniques in MANET

G. Narayana, M. Akkalakshmi, A. Damodaram
2016 International Journal of Future Generation Communication and Networking  
This protocol is a scalable and hybrid group key management protocol in MANET to divide the multicast group dynamically into clusters. But this work concentrated mainly on wired networks.  ...  Group key management (GKM) technique is employed for ensuring security and integrity in Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANET ). It is the fundamental component of secure group communication systems.  ...  In a multicast group, for efficiently and dynamically composing the group key and securely delivering multicast data from a multicast source to the other multicast group users, this agreement makes the  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijfgcn.2016.9.11.32 fatcat:bv5mijyi2bf63dy6foeqsyqsdm

AN ENHANCED AND COST EFFECTIVE GROUP KEY MANAGEMENT SCHEME FOR MULTICAST NETWORK

Muthusamy
2013 Journal of Computer Science  
Enhanced and cost effective key management scheme achieves a secure communication between the members within the group-based network.  ...  In this scheme, the group key is generated only once which is static. Hence, it reduces the computation cost at any change in the network like member leave and member join.  ...  A hybrid scalable group key management approach for large dynamic multicast networks is proposed in (Srinivasan et al., 2006) , which tries to generate and distribute keys to the group members during  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2013.477.487 fatcat:7lwfttcp65hrdi6nrulpdjtua4
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