Testing for IoT Devices and Software's and Effects of New Features on Security and Privacy by using Test Simulation

  • N. Satheesh, P. Udayakumar, Sudhakar Sengan


Wireless communication networks are distinctly inclined to safety dangers. The principal purposes of faraway wireless communication networks are in military, business, medicinal services, retail, and transportations. These frameworks make use of wired, cell, or ad-hoc networks. Remote sensor networks, actuator networks, and vehicular networks have gotten notable attention in the public eye and industry. As of late, the Internet of Things (IoT) has gotten significant research attention. The IoT considered the fate of the internet. There are expanding lookup attempts to facilitate these dangers, yet many troubles stay open. To greater conveniently be aware of the critical motives of new risks and the difficulties in waft inquire about, this study initially proposes the concept of "IoT features." At that point, the protection and safety effects of eight IoT new highlights have examined, which includes the threats they cause, present solutions, and difficulties but to be explained. To solve these problems, this paper proposes extended methods of model-based testing suitable for programs working in IoT environments. First, the test method continued to improve the expressiveness of test models. This extension enables describing unstable systems by designating concerns such as error rates or the magnitude of network delay as statistics. Second, the concept of time introduced to model-based testing for simulating and testing devices running in real-time.

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N. Satheesh, P. Udayakumar, Sudhakar Sengan. (2020). Testing for IoT Devices and Software’s and Effects of New Features on Security and Privacy by using Test Simulation. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(3), 8715 - 8726. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/11174