SiDR: a Secure inter-Domain Routing protocol for future internet
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Inter-domain routing is a critical functionality that help connect autonomous systems in the Internet. In recent years, there have been concerns in regard to its vulnerabilities such as IP prefix hijacking and worm attacks. Many of the problems in the inter domain routing arises from the protocol complexity, lack of support for underlying policies, vulnerabilities, convergence and route stability, scalability and isolation. A number of approaches have been proposed to address the known vulnerabilities. In this work, we propose an inter-domain routing protocol for future evolution of the Internet. Our approach, SiDR (Secure inter Domain Routing Protocol), addresses security and benefits from novel technique such as Attribute Based Cryptography (ABE) for achieving policy routing and information hiding. SiDR offers a new perspective and direction for discussions on inter domain routing. We focus on two aspects of inter domain routing that is of paramount importance; routing policies and security.
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Introduction -- Attribute based encryption -- SiDR design -- SiDR: protocol analysis -- Evaluation and discussion -- Summary and future work