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The International Conference on Electrical Engineering
Wireless Sensor Networks usually consists of a large number of tiny sensors with limited computation capability, memory space, power resource and communications capabilities. WSN's are extremely vulnerable to numerous attacks; due to several factors such as unattended deployment and lack of tamper resistant packages. Secure communications in wireless sensor networks is critical. Key management is the fundamental security mechanism in WSN. The objective of key management is to establish anddoi:10.21608/iceeng.2012.30676 fatcat:46objcevizc3nm6kpvwvnelnf4