Neighbor Trust Algorithm (NTA) to Protect VANET from Denial of Service Attack (DoS)

  title={Neighbor Trust Algorithm (NTA) to Protect VANET from Denial of Service Attack (DoS)},
  author={Varsha Raghuwanshi and Umesh Kumar Lilhore},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
In Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANET), communication can be done with mutual understanding of vehicles. This communication is an important application of Intelligent Transportation Systems. In VANET, safety of user is a main concern, for achieving this vehicles are exchanging safety messages at regular interval to increase the passenger safety on road. But similar to other technology VANET is also suffering from some noticeable issues. From these issues one of the most important issues is… Expand
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