PASPORT: A Secure and Private Location Proof Generation and Verification Framework | Java IEEE 2020

PASPORT: A Secure and Private Location Proof Generation and Verification Framework To buy this project in ONLINE, Contact: Email: jpinfotechprojects@gmail.com, Website: http://www.jpinfotech.org Blog: http://www.jpinfotech.blogspot.com Recently, there has been a rapid growth in location based systems and applications in which users…

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PASPORT: A Secure and Private Location Proof Generation and Verification Framework
To buy this project in ONLINE, Contact:
Email: jpinfotechprojects@gmail.com,
Website: http://www.jpinfotech.org
Blog: http://www.jpinfotech.blogspot.com
Recently, there has been a rapid growth in location based systems and applications in which users submit their location information to service providers in order to gain access to a service, resource, or reward. We have seen that in these applications, dishonest users have an incentive to cheat on their location. Unfortunately, no effective protection mechanism has been adopted by service providers against these fake location submissions. This is a critical issue that causes severe consequences for these applications. Motivated by this, we propose the Privacy-Aware and Secure Proof Of pRoximiTy (PASPORT) scheme in this article to address the problem. Using PASPORT, users submit a location proof (LP) to service providers to prove that their submitted location is true. PASPORT has a decentralized architecture designed for ad hoc scenarios in which mobile users can act as witnesses and generate LPs for each other. It provides user privacy protection as well as security properties, such as unforgeability and non-transferability of LPs. Furthermore, the PASPORT scheme is resilient to prover–prover collusions and significantly reduces the success probability of Prover–Witness collusion attacks. To further make the proximity checking process private, we propose P-TREAD, a privacy-aware distance bounding protocol and integrate it into PASPORT. To validate our model, we implement a prototype of the proposed scheme on the Android platform. Extensive experiments indicate that the proposed method can efficiently protect location-based applications against fake submissions.
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