Detection Of Distributed Sensor Cloning Attacks And Use Of Zero Knowledge Protocol (ZKP) In WSN’s

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Volume-4 Issue-9                           
Year of Publication : 2013
Authors :Ganesh kumar Reddy Y , Sanjeev Rayadu S , Seshadri U


Ganesh kumar Reddy Y , Sanjeev Rayadu S , Seshadri U"Detection Of Distributed Sensor Cloning Attacks And Use Of Zero Knowledge Protocol (ZKP) In WSN’s "International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT),V4(9):3335-3339 September Issue 2013 .ISSN Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.

Abstract:- The security mechanism are not used directly in wireless sensor networks compare to wired networks, there is no user control and insufficient energy resources. In wireless environment, proposing the scheme of detection of distributed sensor cloning attacks and Zero knowledge protocols (ZKP) are used to verifying authenticity of the sender sensor nodes. Cloning attack is concentrate on by attaching fingerprint which is unique that depends on the set of neighboring nodes and itself. Every message contains a finger print which sensor node sends.ZKP is used to avoid man in the middle attack and reply attacks from the important cryptographic information in wireless networks.


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Keywords :— In-network inference, jamming aware traffic allocation, multipath source routing.