Abstract: Connected computers and sensors transmit data across the Internet to solve problems and generate new services (IoT). Smart homes use IoT, for example. Smart home technology can monitor temperature, detect smoke, regulate lighting automatically, and install smart locks. It also poses additional security and privacy problems, such as accessing user data through surveillance equipment or false fire alarms. Smart homes are vulnerable to numerous sorts of assaults. This survey emphasizes IoT. We discuss IoT’s design, objects, and standards. We also address the tiered Internet of Things framework and smart home security concerns. In this article, researchers examine IoT-based smart home difficulties and offer solutions.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.125234

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