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Why does LoRaWAN 1.1 use MAC-then-encrypt for Join-Accept messages?

In the LoRaWAN 1.1. standard it says on Page 16 "For Join-Accept frame, the MIC field is encrypted with the payload and is not a separate field". In other scenarios the message integrity code is a ...
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Possibility of integrating secure elements with sensor networks?

Assume we need to do a type of digital signature such as ECDSA with sensors used in sensor networks. So, is there a secure and possible approach to store the keys in these sensors? For example, is ...
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mqtt publish/subscribe key exchange?

I'm realy a newbie in cryptography, I want to do MQTT payload encryption with AES, i've done it with PyCrypto library, but i'm still wondering how I can encrypt AES key before sending it to the ...
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How can an end device authenticate with server using chain of trust?

Looking to add a cryptochip (Atmel ATECC608A) to a product that will be used to communicate with a company server. We want to make sure that only our devices are communicating to our server (...
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How is the IOTA cryptocurrency network useful for devices in the IoT?

I found out about IOTA, which is apparently a big solution for IoT https://iota.org But the info about feels a bit abstract to me. I'd like to know what are some specific actual real world use cases ...
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Is there any advantage in encrypting sensor data that is not private?

Some sites, such as this article on end-to-end encryption for IoT, suggest that all traffic sent across the IoT network should be encrypted, saying: Enterprises, government agencies and other ...
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Cryptographic algorithms for PIC16 microcontrollers

I'm planning to implement my own home automation system. In will contain the central Raspberry PI server and a number of sensors and switches based on 8-bit PIC16 microcontrollers which are ...