Black hole attack in mobile ad hoc networks
The black hole problem is one of the security attacks that occur in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). We present two possible solutions. The first is to find more than one route to the destination. The second is to exploit the packet sequence number included in any packet header. Computer simulation shows that compared to the original ad hoc on-demand distance vector (AODV) routing scheme, the second solution can verify 75% to 98% of the route to the destination depending on the pause times at a minimum cost of the delay in the networks. Copyright 2004 ACM.
Proceedings of the Annual Southeast Conference
Black hole attack in mobile ad hoc networks.
Proceedings of the Annual Southeast Conference, 96-97.
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