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Battery-Sensing Intrusion Protection for Wireless Handheld Computers Using a Dynamic Threshold Calculation Algorithm for Attack

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Battery-Sensing Intrusion Protection for Wireless Handheld Computers Using a Dynamic Threshold Calculation Algorithm for Attack
This paper proposes a pioneering Battery-Sensing Intrusion Protection System (B-SIPS) for mobile computers, which alerts on power changes detected on small wireless devices, using an innovative Dynamic Threshold Calculation algorithm. B-SIPS enabled hosts are employed as sensors in a wireless network and form the basis of the intrusion detection system (IDS). This detection capability is scalable and complementary with existing commercial and open system network IDSs. B-SIPS implementation correlates device power consumption with IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi and 802.15.1 Bluetooth communication activity. Irregular and attack activity is detected and reported to the intrusion detection engine for correlation with existing signatures in a database and for forensic investigation by a security manager.
Timothy Buennemeyer, Faiz Munshi, Randy C. Marchan
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where HICSS
Authors Timothy Buennemeyer, Faiz Munshi, Randy C. Marchany, Joseph G. Tront
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