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Securing Emerging Wireless Systems
Accurately positioning nodes in wireless and sensor networks is important because the location of sensors is a critical input to many higher-level networking tasks. However, the localization infrastructure can be subjected to non-cryptographic attacks, such as signal attenuation and amplification, that cannot be addressed by traditional security services. We propose several attack detection schemes for wireless localization systems. We first formulate a theoretical foundation for the attackdoi:10.1007/978-0-387-88491-2_4 fatcat:gs3bjdtmgbcirfmrw3dmftvgxq