Mahapatra, Surya Narayan (2017) Security Issues and ASIC Implementation Of An EPC C1G2 Complaint Authentication Protocol In RFID System. MTech thesis.
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In this paper we investigate the privacy and security threats possible to RFID systems. Here we have proposed a new authentication protocol which provides all the features to preserve all kinds of attack and threats. Since information communication via radio} transmission can be easily} eavesdropped, therefore, many radio frequency identification (RFID) security mechanisms for location privacy protection have been proposed recently. However, most of previously proposed schemes do not conform to the EPC Class-1 GEN-2 standard for passive RFID tags as they require the implementation}of hash functions on the tags. This proposed based on simple cryptographic function such as PRNG(),CRC,XOR functions which are inbuilt in EPC class-1 GEN-2 tags .
Here we have consider low cost tags, so they can’t be feature by costly cryptographic functions. Here both reader-tag channel and reader-server} channel are insecure. The proposed method is not only satisfies all the security requirements for the} reader and the tag but also achieve compliance to EPC Class-1 GEN-2 specifications. Our security analysis says that it avoids all type of threats such as tag anonymity, tag location privacy, replay attack, MIM attack, forwardsecrecy,untracebility, desynchronizations compare} authentication delays with several existing work, and the results indicate us that our protocol} significantly improves the efficiency.
An ASIC implementation of GEN2 protocol integrated with lightweight} security fucntions are done usig VHDL.and we also explore the design space and provide a detailed analysis of the area occupied by the} synthesized circuits,}their power}consumption, and the through put in terms of protocol runs per second. To the best of our knowledge, this ASIC implementation of lightweight protocols conforming the EPC-C1G2 specification. [brace not closed]
|Item Type:||Thesis (MTech)|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||RFID1; PRNG()2; forward and backward untracebility3; ASCI4; Authentication5|
|Subjects:||Engineering and Technology > Computer and Information Science > Information Security|
|Divisions:||Engineering and Technology > Department of Computer Science|
|Deposited By:||Mr. Kshirod Das|
|Deposited On:||03 May 2018 12:11|
|Last Modified:||03 May 2018 12:11|
|Supervisor(s):||Turuk, Ashok Kumar|
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