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Wi-Trust: Improving Wi-Fi Hotspots Trustworthiness with Computational Trust Management

Published inKaleidoscope International Conference, Editors ITU / IEEE
Presented at Barcelona (Spain), 9-11 December 2015
Publication date2015

In its list of top ten smartphone risks, the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security ranks Network Spoofing Attacks as number 6. In this paper, we present how we have validated different computational trust management techniques by means of implemented prototypes in real devices to mitigate malicious legacy Wi- Fi hotspots including spoofing attacks. Then we explain how some of these techniques could be more easily deployed on a large scale thanks to simply using the available extensions of Hotspot 2.0, which could potentially lead to a new standard to improve Wi-Fi networks trustworthiness.

  • Wi-fi
  • Trust
  • E-réputation
  • Online reputation
  • Hotspot 2.0
  • European Commission - User-centric Wireless Local-Loop [257418]
  • European Commission - TEstbed for Future Internet Services [258142]
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SEIGNEUR, Jean-Marc. Wi-Trust: Improving Wi-Fi Hotspots Trustworthiness with Computational Trust Management. In: Kaleidoscope International Conference. Barcelona (Spain). [s.l.] : [s.n.], 2015.
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