Authors: Pietro Tedeschi, Savio Sciancalepore, Areej Eliyan, Roberto Di Pietro
Date: 14th of November, 2019
LiKe is a lightweight pairing-free certificateless key agreement protocol suitable for integration in communications between IoT devices.
It is developed within the widespread OpenWSN protocol stack, integrating the standardized IEEE 802.15.4-2015 MAC layer, and tested in OpenMote-b devices.
LiKe is an authenticated key agreement protocol characterized by:
– ephemeral cryptographic materials
– support for intermittent connectivity with the TTP
– lightweight rekeying operations
– robustness against impersonation attacks even when information stored on the TTP are leaked.
LiKe has been thoroughly described, and its security properties have been proved via formal tools.
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The download of the file is available here.
Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first on GitHub to discuss what you would like to change.