Special Issue Article
Maintaining Privacy and Secrecy in Untrusted Network with Stile
|M. Anbu Chezhian, S.Ramalakhsmi|
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Security and privacy issues have become critically important with the fast expansion of multi-agent systems. Most network applications such as pervasive computing, grid computing, and P2P networks can be viewed as multi-agent systems. sTile, a technique is proposed for distributing trust-needing computation onto insecure network systems which are open, anonymous, and dynamic in nature. sTile based implementation and empirically evaluate it on several physical networks of varying sizes, including the globally distributed system. Secure multiparty computational algorithm is used to ensure crystal neighbours do not learn each other’s data. Multifactor authentication process is proposed to provide security in the untrusted network.