Private and Secure Public-Key Distance Bounding: Application to NFC Payment

Distance-Bounding is used to defeat relay attacks. For wireless payment systems, the payment terminal is not always online. So, the protocol must rely on a public key for the prover (payer). We propose a generic transformation of a (weakly secure) symmetric distance bounding protocol which has no post-verification into wide-strong-private and secure public-key distance bounding.


Editor(s):
Bohme, R.
Okamoto, T.
Published in:
Financial Cryptography and Data Security, 207-216
Presented at:
Financial Cryptography and Data Security - 19th International Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, January 26-30, 2015
Year:
2015
Publisher:
Springer
ISBN:
78-3-662-47854-7; 978-3-662-47853-0
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