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Anti-sensor network : distortion-based distributed attack in wireless sensor networks

Karaaslan, İbrahim
In this thesis, a novel anti-sensor network paradigm is introduced against wireless sensor networks (WSN). Anti-sensor network (ASN) aims to destroy application reliability by adaptively and anonymously introducing adequate level of artificial distortion into the communication of the event features transported from the sensor nodes (SN) to the sink. ASN is composed of anti-sensor nodes (aSN) randomly distributed over the sensor network field. aSNs pretend to be SNs tomaintain anonymity and so improve resiliency against attack detection and prevention mechanisms. Performance evaluations via mathematical analysis and simulation experiments show that ASN can effectively reduce the application reliability of WSN.