Sybil attack defending trusted AODV in ad-hoc netwok

  title={Sybil attack defending trusted AODV in ad-hoc netwok},
  author={Swarnali Hazra and S. K. Setua},
  journal={Proceedings of 2012 2nd International Conference on Computer Science and Network Technology},
Security is most essential for communication in ad-hoc network to secure data delivery between source node and destination node. A very well known harmful attack is Sybil attack where a node pretends multiple identities of several target nodes. In this paper, we have introduced an on-demand trusted approach to defend Sybil attack. We have chosen a on-demand routing protocol, AODV and proposed a trust computation based sybil attack avoidance mechanism in AODV, by enhancing the protocol along… CONTINUE READING


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