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The IEEE/ACS International Conference on Pervasive Services
The miniaturization of computing devices and the need for ubiquitous communication has augmented the demand for pervasive computing. Security demands that all devices in a pervasive system must be able to authenticate each other and communicate in a secure manner. This is usually achieved through a Trusted Third Party like a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) or a Key Distribution Centre (KDC). The establishment of such an entity in such a dynamic environment is neither feasible nor pragmatic. Indoi:10.1109/perser.2004.28 fatcat:yiotfookbvh6xh6alxonxooahu