A Mini Review of Lifi Technology : Security Issue

Erika Ramadhani

Abstract

Visible Light Communication (VLC) is an extension of Light Fidelity (LiFi) that uses full duplex communication or fully networked wireless communication. LiFi is one of the top technologies for solving wireless fidelity (WiFi) issues. Communication over LiFi is one of its major advantages. However, no security system is infallible. The purpose of this paper is to conduct a mini review of LIFI technology in terms of security issues. As a new technology, Lifi is still not widely known for its security issues. Literature reviews are a necessary step to determining the issues related to Lifi technology. A descriptive qualitative approach is used in this paper to describe the data. As a result, several studies have documented security issues related to LiFi technology, including data modification, spoofing, and jamming.

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