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RFID tags have become ubiquitous and cheaper to implement. It is often imperative to design ultralightweight authentication protocols for such tags. Many existing protocols still rely on triangular functions, which have been shown to have security and privacy vulnerabilities. This work proposes UMAPSS, an ultralightweight mutual-authentication protocol based on Shamir’s (2,n) secret sharing. It includes mechanisms for double verification, session control, mutual authentication, and dynamic update to enhance security and provide a robust privacy protection. The protocol relies only on two simple bitwise operations, namely addition modulo 2m and a circular shift Rot(x, y), on the tag’s end. It avoids other, unbalanced, triangular operations.
A security analysis shows that the protocol has excellent privacy properties while offering a robust defense against a broad range of typical attacks. It satisfies common security and the lowcost requirements for RFID tags. It is competitive against existing protocol, scoring favourably in terms of computational cost, storage requirement, and communication overhead.