Introduction to Multicast Authentication Based On Batch Signature Project:
The Multicast Authenticate Batch Signature for sending and receiving of packet data has three features the Data integrity, Data origin authentication and non repudiation. The Data integrity has to assure the receiving packets must not change when it gets transmitted. The Data origin authentication work is to ensure that the receiving packets come from the particular authenticated sender. The non repudiation confirms that the packets cannot be neglected by the sender. Above all features is made functional by the Asymmetric key technique termed as Signature. The sender has to create a signature to all the packets with a secret key termed as Signing. The receiver verifies the lifetime of the signature along with the senders assigned key termed as Verifying. The packet is authenticated with approval of the verification.
The multicast authentication protocol is a difficult task. The development is difficult due to some reasons. The efficiency needs understanding of sender and specifically for the receivers, the receivers’ ability and assets are different from multicast sender which may be strong server.
The heterogeneity of the receiver needs the multicast authenticated protocol to make the functional not only in advanced desktop computer, also in the resource able cell phones. The computation and communication overheads are important debate which cannot be neglected.
The unavoidable packet loss in the internet is due to the traffic at routers. The congested router passes the buffering packets as per regulatory policy. The TCP some how re transmits the packets but the multicast packets passes on UDP, which is not able to replace the loss. The packet loss is more in mobiles.
The wireless channel continually change also enhances the packet loss. Above this the lower data transfer makes the wireless channel more congested. It is not required in either real time online streaming or stock quotes transfer applications. The online streaming will not be proper if the packet loss occurs, which leads to infrequent transfer of stock quotes. So when the end users need of good service, the multicast authentication protocol makes it by reducing the packet loss. Also if the packet loss occurs, the authenticity of existed packets received is more measurable. Other traditional multicast schemes are not able to reduce the packet loss.
The Existing System
The single cast authentication signature is existed in which the encrypted and decryption file is not possible to post. The transferring of files has no proper security when it goes between intermediate nodes.
The Proposed System
The Proposed System sends the encrypted and decryption file. The batch signature is verified to multicast the receiver to get many files. The security is present in the system to protect the file transfer and loss of packets.
The hardware required in proposed systems are Pentium IV with 1.1 GHz, 40 GB hard disk drive, 512 MB RAM. The software required Windows XP operating system, JAVA (JDK 1.6.0), TCP/IP protocol, Eclipse and Java Swing.
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