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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Network coding offers the potential to increase throughput and improve robustness without any centralized control. Unfortunately, network coding is highly susceptible to "pollution attacks" in which malicious nodes modify packets improperly so as to prevent message recovery at the recipient(s); such attacks cannot be prevented using standard endto-end cryptographic authentication because network coding mandates that intermediate nodes modify data packets in transit. Specialized "network codingdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-13013-7_9 fatcat:73xi2aa5zfcovd442ecxu2j7sm