Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology
In emergency situation, wireless sensor networks can be subject to various attacks aimed to mislead information or to paralyze the network. In such context, security is an essential requirement to ensure efficient communication within sensor network. Most of the proposed security protocols for WSNs fix only a part of security issues and are based on authentication or cryptography. In this paper, the authors propose to enhance framework Ad-M-QOS-DS with a new adaptive secure capability. The new feature brings more confidentiality, data integrity and availability within malicious context.