Reference : Poster: PREXT: Privacy Extension for Veins VANET Simulator
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Poster: PREXT: Privacy Extension for Veins VANET Simulator
Emara, Karim Ahmed Awad El-Sayed mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) > >]
IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC)
Columbus, Ohio
Ohio, USA
[en] Security and privacy ; VANET ; OMNeT++
[en] Preserving location privacy is an important aspect
in vehicular ad-hoc networks. Although location privacy is
thoroughly studied in the past decade, it is usually skipped in
VANET simulators. In this paper, we propose a location privacy
extension, PREXT, for Veins framework. Currently, PREXT
supports seven privacy schemes of different approaches including
silent period, context-based and cryptographic mix-zone. It can
be also easily extended to include more schemes. It includes
adversary modules that can eavesdrop vehicle messages and
track their movements. This adversary is used in measuring
the gained privacy in terms of several popular metrics such as
entropy, traceability and pseudonym usage statistics. We utilize
this extension to compare among different schemes in an urban
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