STAMP :Enabling privacy preservation location proofs for mobile users
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SYEDA FATIMA TAHERA BATOOL, Dr. SHAMEEM AKTHER
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Abstract
Location-based services are very popular now. When adding work to the user's current location, many possible services rely on the user's location or records of temporal and spatial sources. If there is no security solution designed for users to prove their past location, cruel users can lie about their time and space origin. We propose a mutual authentication time and space source assurance scheme (STAMP). Temporary mobile users use the STAMP program to generate location tests for everyone in the decentralized environment. This easily includes reliable mobility and fewer contact connections. STAMP guarantees the authenticity and non-transferability of installed certificates and protects the privacy of users. Based on the light-entropy confidence estimation trend, the semi-trusted document capability is used to distribute encryption keys and check whether users conflict. Our implementation examples at the personnel stage show that STAMP has very low cost in computing storable expression s. The universal copy experiment shows that our entropy-based trust copy can obtain a higher accuracy rate of conspiracy discovery.
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Unique Paper ID: 153204

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 6

Page(s): 139 - 144
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