Phantom walkabouts:A customisable source location privacy aware routing protocol for wireless sensor networks

Gu, Chen and Bradbury, Matthew and Jhumka, Arshad (2019) Phantom walkabouts:A customisable source location privacy aware routing protocol for wireless sensor networks. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 31 (20). ISSN 1532-0626

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Abstract

Summary Source location privacy (SLP) is an important property for a large class of security-critical wireless sensor network (WSN) applications such as monitoring and tracking. In the seminal work on SLP, phantom routing was proposed as a viable approach to address SLP. However, recent work has shown some limitations of phantom routing such as poor data yield and low SLP. In this paper, we propose phantom walkabouts, a novel and more general version of phantom routing, which performs phantom routes of variable lengths. Through extensive simulations, we show that phantom walkabouts provides high SLP level than phantom routing under specific network configuration.

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Journal Article
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Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience
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26 Apr 2021 10:30
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Published
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08 Jun 2021 07:33