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Building a Push Broadcast System Based on Bilinear Pairings

Hsin-Te Wu,


With the development and application of mobile devices and mobile networks, information has become more and more transparent. In the past, many marketers used leaflets or letters to transmit product promotion or event marketing information. Since many marketing companies use SMS, Line or email for product marketing, However, these systems do not have network security protection, so that consumers' information is leaked. In addition, when marketers use consumer data analysis, they do not have relevant protection measures or identity verification, and consumer-related consumer information is easily malicious. Use, in the era of Internet and information dissemination, companies need to conduct different customer consumption analysis and product analysis, but these data belong to the privacy of customers, if the staff does not have any authorization or privacy protection, it will cause data leakage, and companies need to have better. method to protect customer information.
This paper mainly proposes to build a broadcast system based on Bilinear Pairings. The method proposed in this paper is as follows: 1. Build a broadcast machine top box, which can be placed anywhere in the enterprise for environmental monitoring. Users can set the set top box account secret and 2. Build a message push system. The message push methods include E- mail, SMS and Line, so that the owner can freely choose the push method, allowing the industry to push the message at one time. In SMS, mail and Line, when an emergency occurs in the computer room, you can report it through these push broadcasts. 3. Build a personal information protection encryption mechanism to prevent internal personnel from exporting personal information about customers.

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Hsin-Te Wu, "Building a Push Broadcast System Based on Bilinear Pairings," Communications of the CCISA, vol. 28, no. 1 , pp. 1-10, Feb. 2022.

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