A Security-Provable Communication Protocol of RFID Systems in Internet of Things

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Feb 16, 2014 (7 years and 8 months ago)

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Advanced Signal Processing (ASP 2012), Conference Proceedings

48
Abstract: A Security-Provable Communication Protocol of RFID
Systems in Internet of Things


HuiDan Gao, YaJun Guo
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, JianQun Cui, HengGeng Hao, Hui Shi
Department of Computer Science, Central China Normal University,
Wuhan 430079, China
Tel: 86+ 027+67868318, Email:ccnugyj@126.com


Abstract

Radio frequency identification (RFID) is one popular technology and one of the key
technologies which constitute internet of things. However, because the channel
between the tag and the reader is insecure, security and privacy issues of RFID
systems is the focus of the present study. By analyzing several typical RFID security
protocols, for the special security requirements of RFID systems in internet of things,
in this paper, we propose a security-provable communication protocol SPCP, then
analyze and certificate the security of the protocol in details by the random oracle
model. Analysis show that the protocol not only can solve the cloning attack, replay
attack, tag tracking and other common security issues of RFID Systems in internet of
things, but also can solve the internal attack and the ownership transfer of tags and
other issues of RFID Systems in internet of things. In addition, according to the
comparisons, SPCP has good performance.