As computing and networking shift from the static model of the wired Internet toward the new and exciting anytime-anywhere service model of the mobile Internet, information will be gathered by wireless devices and made available to mobile users to consume or process on-the-go. However, wireless security is often cited as a major technical barrier that must be overcome before widespread adoption of such wireless information systems to support a broad array of pervasive applications including emergency rescue and recovery, asset monitoring and tracking, mobile social networks, smart healthcare, and battlefield protection.
KeywordsMobile Agent Receive Signal Strength Wireless Device Attack Detection Mobile Social Network
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