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Volume & Issue no: Volume 6, Issue 3, March 2017

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Title:
A Novel Attack Independent Mobile Adhoc Network against Collaborative Black hole & Gray Hole Attack using Distributed Attack Resilient Routing Protocol
Author Name:
Ms N Rajeswari, Dr G Kalpana
Abstract:
Abstract Development of a secure routing protocol against collaborative Black hole attack and gray hole attack is considered as a more significant part of the Mobile Adhoc Network evolution to support next generation communication demand for packet transmission. The Malicious nodes detection has great challenges to detect the vulnerabilities and inabilities of the nodes. Therefore it is essential to model an effective security routing protocol to detect and prevent the nodes from anonymous behaviours in terms of proactive and reactive manner using a novel technique named as “Distributed Attack Resilient Routing protocol. The Distributed Attack Resilient Routing(DARR) protocol analyses and formulates the anonymous behaviours node by exploiting the knowledge from the routing table. The Routing table usually contains the path information and packet header information in the form of trace file. The packet loss degrades the network performance. Furthermore to ensure the data integrity, multiparty encryption algorithm provides a prominent solution to avoid the packet from losses and packet modifications. The primary goal of our approach is to reduce the detection time and improve the packet delivery ratio by eliminating the packet loss and jamming attacks. Distributed Attack Resilient Routing(DARR) model is data preserving and incurs low communication and storage overheads through utilization of data compression algorithm in the encryption model to secure the packet header and payload. The model achieves lower computational complexity. The simulations results proves that the Distributed Attack Resilient Routing(DARR) model outperforms the state of art approaches against the performance metrics such as No .of packet loss, Detection time and Detection accuracy. Keywords: Mobile Adhoc Network, Attack Silent Network, Gray Hole Attack, Symbol Attack, Routing.
Cite this article:
Ms N Rajeswari, Dr G Kalpana , " A Novel Attack Independent Mobile Adhoc Network against Collaborative Black hole & Gray Hole Attack using Distributed Attack Resilient Routing Protocol" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 6, Issue 3, March 2017 , pp. 127-134 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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