BLOCKCHAIN-BASED POISONING ATTACK PREVENTION IN SMART FARMING
Автор: Aliyu Ahmed Abubakar, Department of Computer Science, Jinshuo liu, Ezekia Gilliard
Организация: School of Cyberscience and Engineering, Wuhan University Department of Computer Science, Kaduna State University
Аннотация. Rapid progress and advancement in the Internet of Things (IoT) significantly affect how businesses are conducted in this 21st century. Smart Farming, also Intelligent Farming as a component of the IoT, allows agribusiness to generate high-yield income, ease of doing business, and with a favorable professional environment. Smart farming combines agribusiness competency recognition, data progression, and information collected from equipment with statistical analysis to highlight facts from the acquired information, allowing farmers to make wise decisions for greater harvest benefits. However, incorporating such cutting-edge technology necessitates the acquisition of more sophisticated safety and security majors. Thus, system safety testing may be the most important safety consideration to implement. This paper presents a blockchainbased smart farm security framework that effectively screens device status and sensor irregularities and alleviates security threats. In addition, a blockchain-based smart-contract application was developed to securely store security anomaly data and proactively moderate comparative assaults on other farms in the community. The study used the security-monitoring framework for smart farms, ESP32, AWS cloud, and the smart contract on the Ethereum Rinkeby. The performance evaluation of the proposed system revealed that our framework could identify and prevent security anomalies in real time while giving updates on the situation.
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