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Security and Protection in Information Processing Systems
Home ad-hoc networks are sets of devices that interact to offer enhanced services to the users. These networks are heterogeneous, dynamic and fully decentralized. Moreover, they generally lack of a skilled administrator. These properties dramatically reduce the efficiency of classical security approaches: even defining the boundaries of such networks can be difficult. Ways to solve this problem where recently found, using the concept of secure long-term communities. Solutions rely on onedoi:10.1007/1-4020-8143-x_25 dblp:conf/sec/HeenAP04 fatcat:n3ppyziwnzd5rhh5j5cnfh7boa