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Hybrid Protocol for Security Peril Black Hole Attack in MANET

Priya Manwani, Deepty Dubey, , ,


MANETs (Mobile Ad hoc Network) is a self-governing system in which different mobile nodes are connected by wireless links. MANETs comprise of mobile nodes that are independent for moving in and out over the network. Nodes are the devices or systems that is laptops, mobile phone etc. those are participating in the network. These nodes can operate as router/host or both simultaneously. These nodes can form uninformed topologies as per their connectivity among nodes over the network. Security in MANETs is the prime anxiety for the fundamental working of network. MANETs frequently will be ill with security threats because of it having features like altering its topology dynamically, open medium, lack of central management & monitoring, cooperative algorithms and no apparent security mechanism. These factors draw an attention for the MANETs against the security intimidation. In this paper we have studied about security attack in MANET and its consequences, proposed technique for black hole detection is hybrid in nature which combines the benefit of proactive and reactive protocol and proposed technique is compared with AODV.

Priya Manwani et al., International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends Volume3, Issue 3, March-2016, pp. 92-97

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