Sudha VS, Sharada G Kulkarni, Shubhada S Kulkarnil, Gouri CK, Pankaja B Pati
During the past years Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) usage has grown in military and civilian fields. Every year, emergency response operations are more and more dependent of these unmanned vehicles. Lacking direct human interference, the correction of onboard errors and security breaches is a growing concern in unmanned vehicles. One of the concerns raised by first responders using unmanned vehicles is the security and privacy of the victims they are rescuing. Video channels used for the control of unmanned vehicles are of particular importance, having great susceptibility to hijack, jamming and spoofing attacks. It is assumed the video feeds are not protected by any type of encryption and are therefore vulnerable to hacking and/or spoofing.
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