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Optimal Green Hybrid Attacks in Secure IoT

by   Bhawna Ahuja, et al.

In pursuance to understand the behavior of a potential green hybrid attacker in secure internet-of-things (IoT), this letter investigates optimal energy utilization from the attacker's viewpoint. Specifically, we propose a novel framework for optimizing the efficacy of a hybrid attacker, possessing capability to both eavesdrop and jam, while considering the underlying energy consumption. In particular, we maximize the attacker energy efficiency (AEE) in secure IoT by deriving the analytical solutions for jointly global-optimal attacking mode, eavesdropping rate, and jamming power. Numerical results, validating analytical claims, reveal that the proposed green design can offer about 45


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