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Title"Video Streaming Using Dual-Channel Dual-Path Routing to Prevent Packet Copy Attack"
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsV. Mishra, K. Choudhary, S. Maheshwari
Conference Name2015 IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence Communication Technology
Date PublishedFeb
ISBN Number978-1-4799-6023-1
Accession Number15034931
KeywordsCommunications technology, Computational Intelligence, computer network security, Conferences, cryptography, dual channel, dual-channel dual-path routing, illegally copied video data, Image reconstruction, IPTV, malicious forwarding logic, MATLAB, multi hop, multi path, multiple unsecured hops, network layer routing protocol, optimistic refined approach, packet copy attack prevention, pubcrawl170102, receiver side, Routing, Routing protocols, scrambled frame pixels, scrambling, sender side, transport layer, video buffer, video coding, video encryption, video merging, video reconstruction, video streaming, video transmission

The video streaming between the sender and the receiver involves multiple unsecured hops where the video data can be illegally copied if the nodes run malicious forwarding logic. This paper introduces a novel method to stream video data through dual channels using dual data paths. The frames' pixels are also scrambled. The video frames are divided into two frame streams. At the receiver side video is re-constructed and played for a limited time period. As soon as small chunk of merged video is played, it is deleted from video buffer. The approach has been tried to formalize and initial simulation has been done over MATLAB. Preliminary results are optimistic and a refined approach may lead to a formal designing of network layer routing protocol with corrections in transport layer.

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