Wireless networks rely on the uninterrupted availability of the wireless medium to interconnect with participating nodes in ad hoc networks. This open nature of the wireless medium creates the chances of intentional interference attacks, typically referred to as jamming. And this jamming leads to Wireless Denial of Service (WDoS). Anyone with a transceiver can eavesdrop on wireless transmissions, inject spurious messages, or jam legitimate ones. The adversary interferes with the reception of messages by transmitting a continuous jamming signal, or several short jamming pulses.