ARQ Security in Wi-Fi and RFID Networks

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Elsabagh, Mohamed; Abdallah, Yara; Youssef, Moustafa; Gamal, Hesham El;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Information Theory | Computer Science - Cryptography and Security

In this paper, we present two practical ARQ-Based security schemes for Wi-Fi and RFID networks. Our proposed schemes enhance the confidentiality and authenticity functions of these networks, respectively. Both schemes build on the same idea; by exploiting the statistica... View more
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