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|Title:||Mobile transactions over NFC and GSM|
|Keywords:||Near field communication;Security;Mobile transaction;Cloud|
|Citation:||UBICOMM 2014 - 8th International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies, pp. 118 - 125, Rome, Italy, (24 - 28 August 2014)|
|Abstract:||Dynamic relationships between Near Field Communication (NFC) ecosystem players in a monetary transaction make them partners in a way that they sometimes require to share access permission to applications that are running in the service environment. One of the technologies that can be used to ensure secure NFC transactions is cloud computing. This offers a wider range of advantages than the use of only a Secure Element (SE) in an NFC enabled mobile phone. In this paper, we propose a protocol for NFC mobile payments over NFC using Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) authentication. In our protocol, the SE in the mobile device is used for customer authentication whereas the customer's banking credentials are stored in a cloud under the control of the Mobile Network Operator (MNO). The proposed protocol eliminates the requirement for a shared secret between the Point of Sale (PoS) and the MNO before execution of the protocol, a mandatory requirement in the earlier version of this protocol. This elimination makes the protocol more practicable and user friendly. A detailed analysis of the protocol discusses multiple attack scenarios.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Computer Science Research Papers|
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