A Distributed Clone Detection Protocol Considering Clone Detection Probability, Network Lifetime and Data Buffer Storage

S.Mani Karthik, P.Rama Krishna


We propose an energy-efficient location-aware clone location convention in thickly conveyed WSNs, which can ensure successful clone attack recognition and keep up attractive system lifetime. In particular, we misuse the area data of sensors and haphazardly select witnesses situated in a ring zone to check the authenticity of sensors and to report identified clone attacks. The ring structure encourages vitality productive information sending along the way towards the witnesses and the sink. We hypothetically demonstrate that the proposed convention can accomplish 100 percent clone identification likelihood with trustful witnesses. We additionally broaden the work by concentrate the clone identification execution with untrustful witnesses and demonstrate that the clone recognition likelihood still methodologies 98 percent when 10 percent of witnesses are traded off.


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