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					Multilayer Consensus ECC-Based Password
 Authenticated Key-Exchange (MCEPAK)
                Protocol
          for Smart Grid System
Abstract:
               In an olden research on sensor network security mainly considers
homogeneous sensor networks, where all sensor nodes have the same capabilities.
Most existing key management schemes try to establish shared keys for all pairs of
neighbor sensors, no matter whether these nodes communicate with each other or
not, and this causes large overhead. We present how a comprehensive security
level can be reached through extensive Penetration Tests (Ethical Hacking). We
present a Penetration Test methodology and framework capable to expose possible
exploitable vulnerabilities in every network layer. We implement that information
is encrypted or obfuscated, it will be more difficult to interpret it is PACE
(Password-Authenticated Communication Establishment). But even today, many
implementations rely on more or less ad hoc protocols that might be vulnerable to
replay attacks, man-in-the-middle attacks, and so on. We propose a novel driven
key management scheme, which only establishes shared keys for neighbor sensors
that communicate with each other. We can be implemented, SNMP (Simple
Network Management Protocol)over any group, remote host using TFTP (Trivial
File Transfer Protocol). Of course like the host, router’s SNMP community strings
were protected with relevant ACL (Access List) , limiting the allowed IP addresses
but over the group of points on an elliptic curve method , it’s vulnerable to the
attack. The performance evaluation and security analysis show that can provide
better security with significant reductions on communication overhead, storage
space and energy consumption than other key management schemes.
Existing System:

  Previous      research   on   sensor   network    security   mainly   considers
     homogeneous sensor networks, where all sensor nodes have the same
     capabilities.
  An Existing key management like SHA schemes require a large storage
     space for key pre-distribution and are not suitable for small sensor nodes
  Most existing key management schemes try to establish shared keys for all
     pairs of neighbor sensors, no matter whether these nodes communicate with
     each other or not, and this causes large overhead.
  Sensor key management schemes are designed to set up shared keys for all
     pairs of neighbor sensors, without considering the actual communication
     pattern.



Proposed System:

  We adopt a heterogeneous sensor network (HSN) model for better
     performance and security.
  A public key algorithm – Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) is used to
     further improve the key management scheme.
  Using classic SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) over any
     group of remote host- host networks.
     Penetration Test methodology shows drastic reduction in key management
     when compared with RSA and other existing.
  Several approaches for encryption and decryption using Asymmetric Hash-
     RSA have been proposed.
  We propose a novel Driven key management scheme, which only establishes
     shared keys for neighbor sensors that communicate with each other.
Software Requirements:
  Platform              : JAVA(JDK 1.6)
  Front End             : JAVA Swing
  Back End              : Mysql
  IDE                   : Net Beans 6.9
  Operating System      : Microsoft Windows XP




Hardware Requirements:
  Processor             : Pentium IV Processor

  RAM                   : 512 MB

  Hard Disk             : 10GB
  Monitor               : 14” VGA COLOR MONITOR

				
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