CR-Honeynet: A Learning & Decoy Based Sustenance Mechanism against Jamming Attack in CRN

@article{Bhunia2014CRHoneynetAL,
  title={CR-Honeynet: A Learning & Decoy Based Sustenance Mechanism against Jamming Attack in CRN},
  author={Suman Bhunia and Shamik Sengupta and Felisa J. V{\'a}zquez-Abad},
  journal={2014 IEEE Military Communications Conference},
  year={2014},
  pages={1173-1180}
}
Cognitive Radio Network (CRN) enables secondary users to borrow unused spectrum from the proprietary users in a dynamic and opportunistic manner. However, dynamic and open access nature of available spectrum brings a serious challenge of sustenance amongst CRNs which makes them vulnerable to various spectrum etiquette attacks. Jamming-based denial of service (DoS) attack poses serious threats to legitimate communications and packet delivery. A rational attacker targets certain transmission… CONTINUE READING
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