A Probabilistic Source Location Privacy Protection Scheme in Wireless Sensor Networks

  • Dr. Chukka Santhaiah, Dr. R. Obulakonda Reddy, Mr. Sama Surender Reddy


Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) is one of the main zone of research and it has been more well known in the real life difficulties by giving minimal effort arrangements. The system comprises of little sensor nodes capable for detecting, handling, computation and communication. The system comprises of various sorts of assault, the most harming assault is sinkhole assault. In this kind of assault, the sinkhole node tries to draw in information to itself by transmitting counterfeit data to neighbor nodes and henceforth it interferes with the usefulness of such systems. Thusly with a specific end goal to overcome from this sort of assault giving security is critical. In this paper we are proposing sink and also source area protection systems.  With a specific end goal to give more protection these procedures like privacy protection scheme and Hidden Markov Model (Base station location anonymity and security technique) is utilized. On account of forward random walk conspire requires every node to acquire its hop count to the sink, which can be accomplished by utilizing a sink-based flooding. Toward the starting, the sink will start a flooding, after which every node can get the both its neighbors hop count to the sink. On account of PPS conspire the center thought is to change the transmission scope of an arrangement of some chose sensors around the base to befuddle the assailant. Through this procedure, we can make an arrangement of fake base stations which can't be recognized by a solid assailant.  The simulation results demonstrate that the proposed PSLP scheme improves the safety time without compromising the energy consumption.