Characterization and detection of location spoofing attacks

  title={Characterization and detection of location spoofing attacks},
  author={Jeong Heon Lee and R. Michael Buehrer},
  journal={Journal of Communications and Networks},
With the proliferation of diverse wireless devices, there is an increasing concern about the security of location information which can be spoofed or disrupted by adversaries. This paper investigates the characterization and detection of location spoofing attacks, specifically those which are attempting to falsify (degrade) the position estimate through signal strength based attacks. Since the physical-layer approach identifies and assesses the security risk of position information based solely… CONTINUE READING


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