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Secure Code Marking in Internet Protocol Header to Mitigate Distributed Denial of Service Attacks in Wireless Sensor Network

  title={Secure Code Marking in Internet Protocol Header to Mitigate Distributed Denial of Service Attacks in Wireless Sensor Network},
  author={Sunita Mahajan and Khushneet Kaur},
Wireless sensors are manufactured with small energy efficient microcontrollers to enhance their battery life. The small microcontrollers are equipped with smaller memory for embedded Operating System and smaller random access memory, which hinders them from installing effective and heavy security solutions. Taking this problem into account, we have proposed a new security model for wireless sensors, which equips less memory and does not affect their battery life. The proposed model is using… 

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