Hop-By-Hop Encryption Protocol for Transmission of Data over Public Networks

Subhash S, Dr. Santosh Deshpande


Internet is becoming most popular since past decades for its wide beneficial features. It is used as main source as media of
communication and consists of many public networks. Therefore, the user data needs to go through public networks. As a result, to maintain the
effectiveness and the consistency of applications, faster data delivery and data integrity are crucial. The Service-oriented-Router (SoR) was
introduced to maintain the rich information on the Internet also, to achieve maximum benefit from networks. Specifically, the security, privacy
and integrity of communication are not discoursed despite of its significance brought by its underlying personal vital information. A SoR can
analyze all packets or network stream transactions on its interfaces and hop-by-hop routing protocol which gives hop-by-hop data encryption
using functions of the SoR. This infrastructure can provide security, privacy and integrity by using these functions.

Keywords— hop-by-hop encryption, hop-by-hop FEC, hop-by-hop routing, hop-by-hop tunneling, Service-oriented Router.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v6i6.2543


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