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2021-07-27
Zhang, Wei, Zhang, ZhiShuo, Wu, Yi.  2020.  Multi-Authority Attribute Based Encryption With Policy-hidden and Accountability. 2020 International Conference on Space-Air-Ground Computing (SAGC). :95—96.
In this paper, an attribute-based encryption scheme with policy hidden and key tracing under multi-authority is proposed. In our scheme, the access structure is embedded into the ciphertext implicitly and the attacker cannot gain user's private information by access structure. The key traceability is realized under multi-authority and collusion is prevented. Finally, based on the DBDH security model, it is proved that this scheme can resist the plaintext attack under the standard model.
2021-06-30
Xu, Hui, Zhang, Wei, Gao, Man, Chen, Hongwei.  2020.  Clustering Analysis for Big Data in Network Security Domain Using a Spark-Based Method. 2020 IEEE 5th International Symposium on Smart and Wireless Systems within the Conferences on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems (IDAACS-SWS). :1—4.
Considering the problem of network security under the background of big data, the clustering analysis algorithms can be utilized to improve the correctness of network intrusion detection models for security management. As a kind of iterative clustering analysis algorithm, K-means algorithm is not only simple but also efficient, so it is widely used. However, the traditional K-means algorithm cannot well solve the network security problem when facing big data due to its high complexity and limited processing ability. In this case, this paper proposes to optimize the traditional K-means algorithm based on the Spark platform and deploy the optimized clustering analysis algorithm in the distributed architecture, so as to improve the efficiency of clustering algorithm for network intrusion detection in big data environment. The experimental result shows that, compared with the traditional K-means algorithm, the efficiency of the optimized K-means algorithm using a Spark-based method is significantly improved in the running time.
2021-05-25
Zhang, ZhiShuo, Zhang, Wei, Qin, Zhiguang.  2020.  Multi-Authority CP-ABE with Dynamical Revocation in Space-Air-Ground Integrated Network. 2020 International Conference on Space-Air-Ground Computing (SAGC). :76–81.
Space-air-ground integrated network (SAGIN) is emerged as a versatile computing and traffic architecture in recent years. Though SAGIN brings many significant benefits for modern communication and computing services, there are many unprecedented challenges in SAGIN. The one critical challenge in SAGIN is the data security. In SAGIN, because the data will be stored in cleartext on cloud, the sensitive data may suffer from the illegal access by the unauthorized users even the untrusted cloud servers (CSs). Ciphertext-policy attribute-based encryption (CP-ABE), which is a type of attribute-based encryption (ABE), has been regarded as a promising solution to the critical challenge of the data security on cloud. But there are two main blemishes in traditional CP-ABE. The first one is that there is only one attribute authority (AA) in CP-ABE. If the single AA crashs down, the whole system will be shut down. The second one is that the AA cannot effectively manage the life cycle of the users’ private keys. If a user on longer has one attribute, the AA cannot revoke the user’s private key of this attribute. This means the user can still decrypt some ciphertexts using this invalid attribute. In this paper, to solve the two flaws mentioned above, we propose a multi-authority CP-ABE (MA-CP-ABE) scheme with the dynamical key revocation (DKR). Our key revocation supports both user revocation and attribute revocation. And the our revocation is time friendly. What’s more, by using our dynamically tag-based revocation algorithm, AAs can dynamically and directly re-enable or revoke the invalid attributes to users. Finally, by evaluating and implementing our scheme, we can observe that our scheme is more comprehensive and practical for cloud applications in SAGIN.
2019-12-16
Chen, Yunfang, Wu, Que, Zhang, Wei, Liu, Qiangchun.  2018.  SD-WAN Source Route Based on Protocol-oblivious Forwarding. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Communication and Network Security. :95–99.
Larger companies need more sites in the wide area network (WAN). However, internet service providers cannot obtain sufficient capacity to handle peak traffic, causing a terrible delay. The software-defined network (SDN) allows to own more programmability, adaptability, and application-aware, but scalability is a critical problem for merging both. This paper proposes a solution based on Protocol-Oblivious Forwarding (POF). It is a higher degree of decoupling control and data planes. The control plane uses fields unrelated to the protocol to unify packet match and route, and the data plane uses a set of general flow instructions in fast forwarding. As a result, we only save three flow tables on the forwarding paths so that each packet keeps a pipeline in the source route header to mark the next output ports. This solution can support a constant delay while the network expands.
2019-01-21
Meng, Yan, Wang, Zichang, Zhang, Wei, Wu, Peilin, Zhu, Haojin, Liang, Xiaohui, Liu, Yao.  2018.  WiVo: Enhancing the Security of Voice Control System via Wireless Signal in IoT Environment. Proceedings of the Eighteenth ACM International Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Computing. :81–90.
With the prevalent of smart devices and home automations, voice command has become a popular User Interface (UI) channel in the IoT environment. Although Voice Control System (VCS) has the advantages of great convenience, it is extremely vulnerable to the spoofing attack (e.g., replay attack, hidden/inaudible command attack) due to its broadcast nature. In this study, we present WiVo, a device-free voice liveness detection system based on the prevalent wireless signals generated by IoT devices without any additional devices or sensors carried by the users. The basic motivation of WiVo is to distinguish the authentic voice command from a spoofed one via its corresponding mouth motions, which can be captured and recognized by wireless signals. To achieve this goal, WiVo builds a theoretical model to characterize the correlation between wireless signal dynamics and the user's voice syllables. WiVo extracts the unique features from both voice and wireless signals, and then calculates the consistency between these different types of signals in order to determine whether the voice command is generated by the authentic user of VCS or an adversary. To evaluate the effectiveness of WiVo, we build a testbed based on Samsung SmartThings framework and include WiVo as a new application, which is expected to significantly enhance the security of the existing VCS. We have evaluated WiVo with 6 participants and different voice commands. Experimental evaluation results demonstrate that WiVo achieves the overall 99% detection rate with 1% false accept rate and has a low latency.