A new security architecture for SIP based P2P computer networks
Yongfeng, H, Tang, S and Yip, YJ 2008, 'A new security architecture for SIP based P2P computer networks' , Journal of Computer Science, Informatics and Electrical Engineering, 2 (1) .
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Many applications are transferred from C/S (Client/Server) mode to P2P (Peer-to-Peer) mode such as VoIP (Voice over IP). This paper presents a new security architecture, i.e. a trustworthy authentication algorithm of peers, for Session Initialize Protocol (SIP) based P2P computer networks. A mechanism for node authentication using a cryptographic primitive called one-way accumulator is proposed to secure the P2P SIP computer networks. It leverages the distributed nature of P2P to allow for distributed resource discovery and rendezvous in a SIP network, thus eliminating (or at least reducing) the need for centralized servers. The distributed node authentication algorithm is established for the P2P SIP computer networks. The corresponding protocol has been implemented in our P2P SIP experiment platform successfully. The performance study has verified the proposed distributed node authentication algorithm for SIP based P2P computer networks.
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|Journal or Publication Title:||Journal of Computer Science, Informatics and Electrical Engineering|
|Publisher:||Scientific Journals International|
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|Date Deposited:||29 Aug 2012 15:35|
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