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sztanyik2008security


Bence Tamás Sztanyik, "Security Issues of Mobile IPv6," Master's Thesis, Department of Telecommunications, Budapest Univeristy of Technology and Economics, January 2008. (Advisors: Levente Buttyán and Falko Dressler)

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In this thesis I present an overview on the functionality and especially the security threats of the Mobile IPv6 protocol. I focus particularly on redirect attacks and the methods designed to protect against them. I introduce two routing optimization protocols in detail: the current IETF proposed standard Return Routability protocol and the Deng-Zhou-Bao binding update protocol. I discuss their protection against redirect attacks. I describe the current implementation of the MIPv6 protocol in Linux environment, set up a testbed, and illustrate the functionality of the system. I implement the the Deng-Zhou-Bao protocol and present its operations step by step.

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@phdthesis{sztanyik2008security,
    advisor = {Butty{\'{a}}n, Levente and Dressler, Falko},
    author = {Sztanyik, Bence Tam{\'{a}}s},
    institution = {Department of Telecommunications},
    location = {Budapest, Hungary},
    month = {1},
    school = {Budapest Univeristy of Technology and Economics},
    title = {{Security Issues of Mobile IPv6}},
    type = {Master's Thesis},
    year = {2008},
   }
   
   

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