SHS Web of Conf.
Volume 44, 2018IV International Scientific Conference “The Convergence of Digital and Physical Worlds: Technological, Economic and Social Challenges” (CC-TESC2018)
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|Published online||05 June 2018|
Supporting connectivity of VANET/MANET network nodes and elastic software-configurable security services using blockchain with floating genesis blocka
Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Institute of Computer Science and Technologies, Department Information Security of Computer Systems, 195251 Polytechnicheskaya st. 29, Russian Federation
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This paper considers the tasks of supporting the connectivity of nodes in communication networks of unmanned transport (VANET/MANET-networks). High dynamics, decentralization and absence of hierarchy in the networks of this type actualize the task of supporting the connectivity of nodes with software-configurable security services, providing the network protection. It is offered to use a Blockchain technology based system for VANET/MANET network topologyand authentication data distribution and storage. The issue of unlimited blockchain growth preventing this method from being implemented in VANET/MANET networks is considered. The existing solutions of this issueare analyzed and drawbacks are identified. A notion of blockchain with floating genesis block is introduced and its advantages over similar ideas are demonstrated thus allowing it to be used to resolve the issue of continuously growing blockchain within the systems with stalingtransactions as a whole and in VANET/MANET networks in particular.
With financial support from the Ministry of education and science of the Russian Federation as part of the Federal target program “Research and development of priority areas for Russia’s research and process complex for 2014-2020” (Agreement No. 14.578.21.0224 dated 03.10.2016, unique identifier of this agreement RFMEFI57816X0224)
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