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Marcos A. Simplicio Jr., Mateus A.S. Santos, Rodrigo R. Leal, Marco A.L. Gomes and Walter A. Goya SecureTCG: a lightweight cheating-detection protocol for P2P multiplayer online trading card games Security and Communication Networks

Article first published online: 17 JAN 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/sec.952

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Preventing cheating in peer-to-peer (P2P) online games is a challenging task because of the absence of trusted entities. This paper presents SecureTCG, a cheating-detection solution for P2P card games in which players use their own decks, such as trading card games. In summary, SecureTCG swiftly detects cheating attempts without the intervention of third parties, supports multiple players and different game styles, tolerates player dropouts, prevents collusion, provides (optional) after-match auditability mechanisms, and is computationally lightweight.

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