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Dai, Hong-Ning, Wang, Hao, Xiao, Hong, Zheng, Zibin, Wang, Qiu, Li, Xuran, Zhuge, Xu.  2016.  On Analyzing Eavesdropping Behaviours in Underwater Acoustic Sensor Networks. Proceedings of the 11th ACM International Conference on Underwater Networks & Systems. :53:1–53:2.
Underwater Acoustic Sensor Networks (UWASNs) have the wide of applications with the proliferation of the increasing underwater activities recently. Most of current studies are focused on designing protocols to improve the network performance of WASNs. However, the security of UWASNs is also an important concern since malicious nodes can easily wiretap the information transmitted in UWASNs due to the vulnerability of UWASNs. In this paper, we investigate one of security problems in UWASNs - eavesdropping behaviours. In particular, we propose a general model to quantitatively evaluate the probability of eavesdropping behaviour in UWASNs. Simulation results also validate the accuracy of our proposed model.
Miao, Xu, Han, Guangjie, He, Yu, Wang, Hao, Jiang, Jinfang.  2018.  A Protecting Source-Location Privacy Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks. 2018 IEEE International Conference on Networking, Architecture and Storage (NAS). :1–5.
An exciting network called smart IoT has great potential to improve the level of our daily activities and the communication. Source location privacy is one of the critical problems in the wireless sensor network (WSN). Privacy protections, especially source location protection, prevent sensor nodes from revealing valuable information about targets. In this paper, we first discuss about the current security architecture and attack modes. Then we propose a scheme based on cloud for protecting source location, which is named CPSLP. This proposed CPSLP scheme transforms the location of the hotspot to cause an obvious traffic inconsistency. We adopt multiple sinks to change the destination of packet randomly in each transmission. The intermediate node makes routing path more varied. The simulation results demonstrate that our scheme can confuse the detection of adversary and reduce the capture probability.