Table of contents for Security for ubiquitous computing / Frank Stajano.


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1. Introduction.
Scenario.
Essential terminology.
Problems.
Notation.
2. Ubiquitous computing.
Xerox PARC.
Norman's Invisible Computer.
MIT.
HP's Cooltown.
ORL/AT&T Labs Cambridge.
Security issues.
3. Computer security.
Confidentiality.
Integrity.
Availability.
Authentication.
Security policies.
4. Authentication.
New preconditions.
The Resurrecting Duckling security policy model.
The many ways of being a master.
5. Confidentiality.
Cryptographic primitives for peanut processors.
Personal privacy.
6. Integrity.
Message integrity.
Device integrity.
7. Availability.
Threats to the communications channel.
Threats to the battery energy.
Threats from mobile code.
8. Anonymity.
The Cocaine Auction Protocol.
The anonymity layer.
9. Conclusions.
Appendices.
Annotated bibliography.
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Computer networks Security measures