Cryptographic Hash Based Security Protocol For Mobile Rfid - A Review
Yogini Mankar, Pranali Suryawanshi
Keywords: RFID protocol, RFID tag, forward privacy, cryptographic hash function, security, IOT.
Abstract: In the RFID systems, privacy protection and integrity assurance become rather crucial, because these RFID tags may have a wide range of transmission, making them subject to unauthorized scanning by malicious readers and responsible for various other attacks. Da et als,RFID protocol overcome a forward privacy problem but assumed that communication channel between reader and database is secure, which doesn’t agree with the real development of IOT.Therefore, to overcome the privacy weaknesses of RFID protocol in mobile environment, an RFID security protocol based on the cryptographic hash function is design. The proposed work will increase security to certain extend as well as resistance to replay, denial-of-service and man-in-the-middle attacks, while retaining a competitive computation cost.
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