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ThinkMind // International Journal On Advances in Networks and Services, volume 10, numbers 1 and 2, 2017 // View article netser_v10_n12_2017_4


Misuse Capabilities of the V2V Communication to Harm the Privacy of Vehicles and Drivers

Authors:
Markus Ullmann
Thomas Strubbe
Christian Wieschebrink

Keywords: Vehicular Ad hoc Networks; Vehicle-2-Vehicle Com- munication; Intelligent Transport System; Cooperative Awareness Message; Pseudonym Concept; Privacy

Abstract:
A deployment of the Vehicle-2-Vehicle communication technology according to ETSI is in preparation in Europe. Currently, a policy for a necessary Public Key Infrastructure to enrol cryptographic keys and certificates for vehicles and infrastructure component is in discussion to enable an interoperable Vehicle-2-Vehicle communication. Vehicle-2-Vehicle communication means that vehicles periodically send Cooperative Awareness Messages. These messages contain the current geographic position, driving direction, speed, acceleration, and the current time of a vehicle. To protect privacy (location privacy, “speed privacy”) of vehicles and drivers ETSI provides a specific pseudonym concept. We show that the Vehicle-2-Vehicle communication can be misused by an attacker to plot a trace of sequent Cooperative Awareness Messages and to link this trace to a specific vehicle. Such a trace is non-disputable due to the cryptographic signing of the messages. So, the periodically sending of Cooperative Awareness Messages causes privacy problems even if the pseudonym concept is applied.

Pages: 35 to 43

Copyright: Copyright (c) to authors, 2017. Used with permission.

Publication date: June 30, 2017

Published in: journal

ISSN: 1942-2644

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