Memory Conscious Protocol for Replay Attack Detection and Prevention in WSN

Efficient design and implementation of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) remain one of the most challenging researches due to their wide range of applications. As the use of Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) grow vastly, so it should require effective security mechanisms. These sensor networks may interacts with the sensitive data and operating in hostile unattended environments so its security concerns should be address from the beginning of the system design are getting much preference. In this paper, the author’s present MoteSec-Aware security protocol using SHA hash function based scheme (MAUSHA) to detect replay and jamming attack based on the symmetric key cryptography using AES in OCB mode also it provides access control for both inside memory data and outside network message.

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Computer Science & Electronics Journals
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Security
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