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Internet-of-Things (IoT) are everywhere in our daily life. They are used in our homes, in hospitals, deployed outside to control and report the changes in environment, prevent fires, and many more beneficial functionality. However, all those benefits can come of huge risks of seclusion loss and sanctuary issues. To secure the IoT devices, many research works have been con-ducted to countermeasure those problems and find a better way to eliminate those risks, or at least minimize their effects on the user�s seclusion and sanctuary requirements. The study consists of four segments. The first segment will explore the most relevant limitations of IoT devices and their solutions. The second one will present the classification of IoT attacks. The next segment will focus on the mechanisms and architectures for authentication and access control. The last segment will analyze the sanctuary issues in different layers.
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, O. N. reddy, B. N. kumar, M. S. B. (2018). A Study on Sanctuary and Seclusion Issues in Internet-of-Things. International Journal on Future Revolution in Computer Science &Amp; Communication Engineering, 4(2), 217–225. Retrieved from http://www.ijfrcsce.org/index.php/ijfrcsce/article/view/1200