NESSRD: Node Eminence State and Node Sequence State based Secure Route Discovery to Prevent Black and Gray Hole Attacks in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Conference: Creative Trends in Engineering and Technology
Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs) has numerous security issues pertaining to dynamic topology. Specifically\nthe issues of black hole and gray hole attacks which are more common impact the data transmission between the nodes, and\nneeds significant solution to address such problems. In this paper, the proposal of a new model Node Eminence State and\nNode Sequence State based Route Discovery (NESSRD) for mobile ad hoc networks, towards addressing the identification\nand selection of route with nodes that are prone to attacks are proposed as an extension to the ENES model proposed earlier.\nThe proposed solution works as heuristic in the selected route, and addresses the problems. The tests that are conducted under\nNS2 simulation, the results from the process signifies effective results in comparison to the CBDA model and the results are\ndepicted in the study in detail along with the process adapted which depicts the robustness of NESSRD. The proposed model\nworks on improving the scalability and in terms of detecting the black hole attack which could impact the nodes under\nminimal computational cost. The proposed model provides optimum performance in comparison to some of the earlier\nmodels reviewed in this paper and the results achieved under standard performance evaluation.
CTET - 2016