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Fake-acknowledgment attack on ACK-based sensor power schedule for remote state estimation

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Fake-acknowledgment attack on ACK-based sensor power schedule for remote state estimation
— We consider a class of malicious attacks against remote state estimation. A sensor with limited resources adopts an acknowledgement (ACK)-based online power schedule to improve the remote state estimation performance. A malicious attacker can modify the ACKs from the remote estimator and convey fake information to the sensor. When the capability of the attacker is limited, we propose an attack strategy for the attacker and analyze the corresponding effect on the estimation performance. The possible responses of the sensor are studied and a condition for the sensor to discard ACKs and switch from online schedule to offline schedule is provided.
Yuzhe Li, Daniel E. Quevedo, Subhrakanti Dey, Ling
Added 18 Apr 2016
Updated 18 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2015
Where CDC
Authors Yuzhe Li, Daniel E. Quevedo, Subhrakanti Dey, Ling Shi
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