A Novel Security Issues Analysis and Evaluation of Security Method in WSNs
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are used in many applications in army, environmental, and healthcare related trust areas. These applications often include the monitoring of sensitive information such as enemy movement on the battlefield or the location of personnel in a building. Security is therefore important in WSNs. However, WSNs suffer from many constraints, including low computation capability, small memory, limited energy resources, susceptibility to physical capture, and the use of insecure wireless communication channels. These constraints make security in WSNs a challenge. WSNs are often organized in challenging atmospheres where a competitor can substantially confinement some of the nodes, first can reprogram, and then, can duplicate them in a large number of emulations, easily taking control over the network. A few disseminated solutions have been recently proposed, but they are not adequate. First, they are energy and memory arduous: A serious drawback for any protocol to be used in the WSN resource constrained environment. First, we investigate the necessary properties of a dispersed mechanism for the detection of node reproduction spasms. Second, we show that the known resolutions for this problem do not finally meet our necessities. We proposed a new self-curative, randomized, efficient, and distributed protocol for the recognition of node duplication attacks, and we show that it gratifies the established requirements.