Privacy, Security and Trust in P2P environments: A Perspective

  • Mondal A
  • Kitsuregawa M
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Abstract

The peer-to-peer (P2P) paradigm of computing has been growing dramatically in popularity over the last decade. Consequently, large amounts of data are being shared among P2P users on a global-scale. Given the inherently untrustworthy nature of P2P networks, this paper provides a perspective concerning trust, privacy and security issues in P2P networks. Additionally, we discuss the applicability of the P2P paradigm to new application domains, the aim being to ensure that the power of the P2P paradigm goes well beyond P2Pfile-sharing interactions

Author-supplied keywords

  • Computer industry
  • Computer networks
  • Control systems
  • Data security
  • Distributed computing
  • Environmental management
  • Network servers
  • P2P environment privacy
  • P2P environment security
  • P2P environment trust
  • P2Pfile-sharing interactions
  • Peer to peer computing
  • Privacy
  • Scalability
  • data privacy
  • peer-to-peer computing
  • security of data
  • telecommunication security

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  • A. Mondal

  • M. Kitsuregawa

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