Towards Secure TMIS Protocols

Abstract : Telecare Medicine Information Systems (TMIS) protocols aim at authenticating a patient in a telecare context, and permitting information exchange between the patient and a distant server through a verifier. In 2019, Safkhani and Vasilakos [10] showed that several protocols of the litterature were insecure, and proposed a new protocol. In this paper, we show that their proposal is insecure, mainly due to incorrect use of distance bounding countermeasures, and propose a secure version, resistant to distance bounding related threats.
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David Gérault, Pascal Lafourcade. Towards Secure TMIS Protocols. International Symposium on Foundations & Practice of Security FPS 2019, Nov 2019, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02412793⟩

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