Design and implementation of secure communication using elliptic curve cryptograph between wireless sensor nodes

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Abstract

Wireless Sensor Networks is an emerging trend and has become gradually popular across wide range. A key distributional protocol is intended to safely provide authentic motes with secret keys system using Elliptic Curve Cryptography functions. The convention is a variation of the Diffie_Hellman convention utilizing Elliptic Curve Cryptography. It’s agreement of a key convention that permits pair of gatherings, both having a elliptic open and closed key, to build up a mutual secret key over an uncertain channel. This shared secret key may be either utilized as key or used to determine another key which would then be able to be utilized to subsequent correspondences utilizing a cipher of symmetric key. The use of advanced encryption standard for the encrypt and decrypt of the data also ensures that security is never flawed. Therefore Elliptic curve cryptograph is a best candidate for providing secure communication between Wireless Sensor Networks.

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Gagana, B. E., Usha, S., & Rajesh, K. S. (2019). Design and implementation of secure communication using elliptic curve cryptograph between wireless sensor nodes. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(1), 920–925. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijitee.I7508.119119

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