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2008 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM - The 27th Conference on Computer Communications
Network coding provides the possibility to maximize network throughput and receives various applications in traditional computer networks, wireless sensor networks and peer-to-peer systems. However, the applications built on top of network coding are vulnerable to pollution attacks, in which the compromised forwarders can inject polluted or forged messages into networks. Existing schemes addressing pollution attacks either require an extra secure channel or incur high computation overhead. Indoi:10.1109/infocom.2007.199 fatcat:uci4odvmifeyxbrt55hnlkyiti