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This presentation describes Sizzle, the world’s smallest secure web server. It runs on coin-sized, wireless devices called Motes (8-bit CPU, 4KB RAM) which are the de-facto standard platform for sensor networks research in academia and industry. Prior security research deemed public-key cryptography and, therefore, Internet standards like SSL that rely on it infeasible for such devices.
This research was described as the “biggest breakthrough in sensor network security in ”, by Berkeley Prof. David Wagner and won the Mark Weiser Best Paper Award at PerCom 2005.