False Data Filtering Strategy in Wireless Sensor Network Based on Neighbor Node Monitoring
The injection attack of false data is a common attack form in wireless sensor network. This attack form achieves the purpose of consuming limited network resources and severely threatens the safety of wireless sensor network through consistent sending false data. This paper proposes a type of false data filtering strategy based on neighbor node monitoring. The idea of this strategy is to enable each node to store the neighbor node's information within the two-hop range. In the meantime, the data package determines whether the upstream node is original node or data forwarding intermediate node through whether ACK package is remitted by the upstream node to avoid the impersonation of wireless sensor network node by malicious node. The false data package of malicious node will be filtered within one hop. The simulation experiment verifies the filtering performance and anti-capture performance of this strategy, thus guaranteeing the safety of wireless sensor network.
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