TITLE

ENHANCED THREE TIER SECURITY ARCHITECTURE FOR WSN AGAINST MOBILE SINK REPLICATION ATTACKS USING MUTUAL AUTHENTICATION SCHEME

AUTHOR(S)
Linciya, T.; Anandkumar, K. M.
PUB. DATE
April 2013
SOURCE
International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks;Apr2013, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p81
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Recent developments on Wireless Sensor Networks have made their application in a wide range such as military sensing and tracking, health monitoring, traffic monitoring, video surveillance and so on. Wireless sensor nodes are restricted to computational resources, and are always deployed in a harsh, unattended or unfriendly environment. Therefore, network security becomes a tough task and it involves the authorization of admittance to data in a network. The problem of authentication and pair wise key establishment in sensor networks with mobile sink is still not solved in the mobile sink replication attacks. In q-composite key pre distribution scheme, a large number of keys are compromised by capturing a small fraction of sensor nodes by the attacker. The attacker can easily take a control of the entire network by deploying a replicated mobile sinks. Those mobile sinks which are preloaded with compromised keys are used authenticate and initiate data communication with sensor node. To determine the above problem the system adduces the three-tier security framework for authentication and pair wise key establishment between mobile sinks and sensor nodes. The previous system used the polynomial key pre distribution scheme for the sensor networks which handles sink mobility and continuous data delivery to the neighbouring nodes and sinks, but this scheme makes high computational cost and reduces the life time of sensors. In order to overcome this problem a random pair wise key pre distribution scheme is suggested and further it helps to improve the network resilience. In addition to this an Identity Based Encryption is used to encrypt the data and Mutual authentication scheme is proposed for the identification and isolation of replicated mobile sink from the network.
ACCESSION #
88086613

 

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