[olsr-dev] Implementing an attack into olsrd

Aaron Kaplan (spam-protected)
Sun Jun 18 14:14:39 CEST 2006

> Afaik this is simply a shared key, which is not very secure in a  
> community
> network with several nodes and several different admins (in most  
> cases at
> least > 50).
Yes that is how i remember the secure plugin.
I don't know if we really want a signature checking (RSA, public key  
crypto etc)
in small embedded devices but anyway  - for a centralized approach -  
signing the olsr packets with a cert (packet originator) which is  
signed by the master cert - is more what I was thinking about.

There are distributed approaches as well. I can find out references  
to papers if needed.

> though the threshold might be higher
> Jens
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