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Aggeliki Sgora, Dimitrios D. Vergados and P. Chatzimisios A survey on security and privacy issues in Wireless Mesh Networks Security and Communication Networks 9

Version of Record online: 12 SEP 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/sec.846

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Wireless mesh networks (WMNs) are considered a promising solution for offering low-cost access to broadband services. However, the multi-hop nature, the lack of physical protection, the dynamic topology, and ad hoc connectivity among end user nodes are such characteristics of WMNs that pose new challenges in achieving security. Although security in WMNs has attracted many researchers and many intrusion prevention, detection and response mechanisms may be found in the literature, the question about which is the best solution still remains unanswered, because each of them focuses on specific attacks and requirements.

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