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Cooperative Revocation of Misbehaving Vehicles from VANET

  • Sulata Mitra
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 340)

Abstract

The present work is the detection and revocation of misbehaving vehicles in vehicular ad-hoc network. In the present work vehicles are within the coverage area of base stations and the base stations are within the coverage area of certifying authority. Each vehicle detects misbehaving vehicles from its neighbors, creates a certificate revocation list by mentioning the identification of the misbehaving vehicles and sends this list to its parent base station. Each base station creates a certificate revocation list after receiving the certificate revocation lists from the vehicles within its coverage area and sends it to the certifying authority. The certifying authority creates a final certificate revocation list after receiving the certificate revocation lists from the base stations within its coverage area and broadcasts it among the vehicles within its coverage area through base stations. The independent operations of vehicle, base station and certifying authority are divided into a few blocks for parallel execution which helps to reduce the time of detection and revocation of misbehaving vehicles from vehicular ad-hoc network. The performance of the proposed scheme outperforms the existing schemes.

Keywords

VANET Certificate revocation list Misbehaving vehicles Revocation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer Science and TechnologyIndian Institute of Engineering Science and TechnologyShibpurIndia

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