Deployment of coordinated worm-hole peer in MANETs
- Subject Areas
- Computer Networks and Communications, Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing
- Worm hole peer, manets, Mac layer, AODV, Tunnel
- © 2019 Taranum et al.
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- 2019. Deployment of coordinated worm-hole peer in MANETs. PeerJ Preprints 7:e27516v1 https://doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.27516v1
With the enhancement in technical field of communication, efforts are made by the researchers to provide security. Security is dispensing protection and privacy to the system for the channeled data against any unwarranted access and refinements. MANET is a variant of wireless network used essentially by the dynamic devices with high motility and vulnerability. The distinctions like dynamic layout and curbed resources make them susceptible to miscellaneous kinds of threats. One such attack is wormhole which sneak and peep data with malicious intensions and operates either in coordinated or uncoordinated fashion. In its coordinated version, the malicious nodes coordinate their operations whereas in the uncoordinated version; they operate solitarily with the aim to decline the network performance. In this work, we aim to propose an algorithm for deployment of wormhole attack communicating with its peer through a tunnel. Planting of this attack in the network lays the foundation for developing successful strategies to mitigate their effects on the system.
This is a submission to PeerJ Computer Science for review.
PDR analysis for drop
PDR analysis for drop and normal scenario
Architecture of type of worm hole
AODV routing protocol
Routing protocol MAC
worm - drop
Figure_3b: PDR for wormhole
Throughput for wormhole without drop
Architecture of wormhole peer-without drop
Architecuture of wormhole peer
Delay for wormhole without drop
Delay for no drop at wormpeer