Vehicle to Vehicle Communication system using IoT and Node MCU

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Vehicle to Vehicle Communication system using IoT and Node MCU 

OBJECTIVE: Vehicle to Vehicle Communication system using IoT and Node MCU  – Cipher-SMS protocol is successfully designed in order to provide end-to-end secure communication through SMS between mobile users by using AES and Caesar Cipher.


Vehicle to Vehicle Communication system using IoT and Node MCU 

DOMAIN :

Android-Secure Communication


SYNOPSIS :

Short Message Service (SMS) has become one of the fastest and strong communication channels to transmit information worldwide. Sometimes, we send confidential information like passwords, passcode, banking details, and private identity to our friends, family members, and service providers through an SMS. SMS messages are transmitted as plaintext between the mobile users (MS) and the SMS center (SMSC), using a wireless network. SMS contents are stored in the systems of network operators and can be read by their personnel. Since the SMS is sent as plaintext, thus network operators can easily access the content of SMS during the transmission at SMSC.

So the traditional SMS service offered by various mobile operators surprisingly does not provide information security of the message being sent over the network. In order to protect such confidential information, it is strongly required to provide end-to-end secure communication between end-users. The above requirements can be accomplished by proposing a protocol called Cipher-SMS which provides end-to-end security during the transmission of SMS over the network. The Cipher-SMS protocol is achieved by using cryptographic algorithms of AES, The Cipher-SMS protocol prevents the SMS information from various attacks including SMS disclosure, over-the-air (OTA) modification, replay attack, man-in-the-middle attack, and impersonation attack. Vehicle to Vehicle Communication system using IoT and Node MCU 

The proposed SMS-based framework provides a reliable, efficient, and cost-effective solution for SMS Transmission


EXISTING SYSTEM:

  • EasySMS provides end-to-end secure communication through SMS between end-users. EasySMS is executed which makes available the symmetric shared key between both MS and then ciphering of the message takes place using a symmetric key algorithm. The working of the protocol is presented by considering two different scenarios are SMSSec and PK-SIM protocols.
  • SMSSec protocol can be used to secure an SMS communication sent by Java’s Wireless Messaging API while the PK-SIM protocol proposes a standard SIM card with additional PKI functionality. Both protocols are based on the client-server paradigm.
  • In EasySMS protocol, a cryptographic encryption algorithm AES/MAES is maintained to

Provide end-to-end confidentiality to the transmitted SMS in the network.


LIMITATIONS / DISADVANTAGES

  • EasySMS provides SMS security with symmetric key cryptography, the existing protocol is completely based on symmetric-key cryptography.
  • The transmission of symmetric keys to mobile users is efficiently managed by the protocol.
  • Security loses when hacking key transmission between Mobile Station.

PROPOSED SYSTEM

  • Without a network, the Cipher-SMS provides end-to-end security during the transmission of SMS. The Cipher-SMS protocol was achieved by using cryptographic algorithms of AES Caesar Cipher.
  • The proposed SMS-based framework provides a reliable, efficient, and cost-effective solution for SMS Transmission.
  • This Cipher-SMS sends a lesser number of transmitted bits, generates less computation overhead, and messages are exchanged as compared to existing protocols.
  • The Cipher-SMS provide a secure inbox on the receiver side and group-way communication.


Vehicle to Vehicle Communication system using IoT and Node MCU 

ADVANTAGES

  • This protocol produces group communication.
  • We no need to depend on cellular networks.
  • Here preferred asymmetric key algorithm of AES because these algorithms are 1000 times faster than the asymmetric algorithms and improve the efficiency of the system.
  • Achieved more security than EasySMS by using AES.
  • The Cipher-SMS protocol generates group communication and computation overheads as compared to existing.
  • We send the secret key is encrypted using Caesar cipher.

Vehicle to Vehicle Communication system using IoT and Node MCU 

HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION:

Hardware:

  • 1 GB RAM
  • 80 GB Hard Disk
  • Intel Processor

Software :

        • Windows OS
        • JDK 1.7
        • Android Eclipse(ADT Bundle)
        • SQLite Database

        System Requirement:

            Operating System:

            • Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit.

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