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A Suite of Security Mechanisms for Security and Privacy in MANET

Mukesh Singla



Reputation of mobile strategies and wireless networks has significantly increased; wireless mobile networks have become popular and vigorous fields of message and link ages from many the years. MANET is the novel advance invention which allows clients to connect without any bodily infrastructure, irrespective of their location, that is why it is quantified as an “infrastructure-less” network. In the past few years, we have seen huge amount of wireless infrastructures technologies. Wireless skills are usually used today across the globe to support the communication needs of very huge numbers of end users. Simulation of black hole and gray hole attack implemented in network simulator (ns2) show that the performance of AODV is severely exaggerated due to presence of black hole and gray hole attacks in wireless ad-hoc environment. The security schemes such as Watchdog AODV govern trust among communicating entities are together known as trust management. Here we evaluate the outcome of numerous black hole and gray hole attacker nodes on the performance of whole network and compared two potential trust management and cryptography grounded resolution that attempt to eradicate the black hole and gray hole through watching arrangement to separate malicious nodes from the network. We can conclude that Watchdog AODV trust management solution for preventing black hole attack is much improved than the other proposed IDS AODV solution and IDS-AODV solution for gray hole attacker nodes is much improved than other WATCHDOG AODV scheme.

Keywords: Packet delivery ratio, intrusion detection system, mobile ad hoc network, wireless sensor network, ad hoc on-demand distance vector

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Mukesh Singla. A Suite of Security Mechanisms for Security and Privacy in MANET. Journal of Communication Engineering & Systems. 2019; 9(1): 1–6p.

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