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INVESTIGATION OF POTENTIAL MULTIPLE THREATS AND THEIR IMPACTS IN MANET


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1 Periyar University, India
2 Arignar Anna Government Arts College, India
 

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The dynamic nature of mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) provides consistent communication endurance. MANET is renowned for its selfconfigurable formation of interrelated network nodes. This decentralized property of MANET is vulnerable for various types of attacks which could impact the performance of the network and the protection of sensitive data transmitted through the network. The active node adaptation policy of MANET stipulates the possibility of multiple intruder instillations. Any intruder node can generate multiple attacks based on the potential and the rationale of the intrusion. The objective of this investigative work is to analyze the potential multiple threats and their possible consequences while using some prevailing security architectures along with relevant protocols. A common testbed is established with state-of-the-art network evaluation software OPNET in which random network environment with identical characteristics are used to evaluate the existing methods in terms of throughput, communication delays and security.
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G Jeeva
Periyar University, India
K Selvaraj
Arignar Anna Government Arts College, India

Abstract


The dynamic nature of mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) provides consistent communication endurance. MANET is renowned for its selfconfigurable formation of interrelated network nodes. This decentralized property of MANET is vulnerable for various types of attacks which could impact the performance of the network and the protection of sensitive data transmitted through the network. The active node adaptation policy of MANET stipulates the possibility of multiple intruder instillations. Any intruder node can generate multiple attacks based on the potential and the rationale of the intrusion. The objective of this investigative work is to analyze the potential multiple threats and their possible consequences while using some prevailing security architectures along with relevant protocols. A common testbed is established with state-of-the-art network evaluation software OPNET in which random network environment with identical characteristics are used to evaluate the existing methods in terms of throughput, communication delays and security.

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