A Prefatory and Comparative Analysis of Black-Hole Attacks in MANET

Authors : Rajasekhar c; Nisha Mohan P M

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 2 - February

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The protection of the transfer of data packets between two wireless sensor nodes is being an integral element by security in WANET (Wireless Ad Hoc Network). Nodes have particular characteristics & add to major security architecture problems. WSN is being more security problems compared to other wireless networks; Messages, resources and its climate could be attributed to the existence of broadcasting. Black Hole Attack is being the traditional and main attack of WSNs. A form of a wireless network is being the Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET) that offers different applications in various fields. The hottest issues have been MANET security in the world of networks. to different kinds of attacks is being vulnerable MANET that impair its connectivity and functionality. The most common active attacks that compromise efficiency is known to be the black-hole attack. AODV was strengthened by us in this analysis by implementing and unveiling A new lightweight technique for isolating and detecting black-hole attacks using timers and baiting that are single and cooperative. The MANET nodes are helped by the suggested approach to define and isolate the network's black-hole nodes during the complex topology transition. We compare several techniques in AODV for mitigating Blackhole attack. In this circumstance, in between source to destination may be presented by many malicious nodes. Consumed or lost are being simply all the packets through the malicious nodes

Keywords : MANET, AODV, Black Hole Attack.


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