Broadcasting messages securely in VANET

  • Authors

    • Mounia Miyara Faculty of sciences Ain Chock Casablanca
    • Hamza Toulni Faculty of sciences Ain Chock Casablanca
    • Benayad Nsiri ENSET RabatUniversité Mohammed V- Rabat
  • Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks, Security, Public Key Exchange, Broadcast Encryption.
  • In Vehicular Ad hoc Networks, the secure sharing of information exchanged is necessary, due to the importance and sensitivity of this information exchanged. But the features and requirements of VANET prevent direct application of existing security solutions impossible. In this paper, we propose an effective solution to ensure the security of critical and urgent information. The solution provides authentication and confidentiality while minimizing the time required to decrypt the messages.



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    Miyara, M., Toulni, H., & Nsiri, B. (2019). Broadcasting messages securely in VANET. International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 7(4), 5288-52991.