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Secure Trust Based Dynamic Source Routing in MANETs
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Author(s)
Yogendra Kumar Jain, Nikesh Kumar Sharma
KEYWORDS
—MANET, DSR, Security, Black hole, Multi-Party Computation, Trusted Path, Trust Mode
ABSTRACT
Secure routing is an important issue in MANETs. A particularly devastating attack in wireless networks is the black hole attack. The performance of ad hoc networks depends on cooperation and trust among distributed nodes. To enhance security in ad hoc networks, it is important to evaluate trustworthiness of other nodes without centralized authorities. As a result, an efficient algorithm to detect black hole attack is important. In this paper, to improve the quality a modified design of trust based dynamic source routing protocol is proposed. Each node would evaluate its own trusted parameters about neighbors through evaluation of experience, knowledge and recommendations. This protocol discovers multiple loop-free paths which are evaluated by hop count and trust. This judgment provides a flexible and feasible approach to choose a shortest path in all trusted path. The proposed protocol reduces the packet loss due to malicious nodes to a considerable extent thereby enhancing the performance. We also compare the simulation results of with and without the proposed secure trust based model. The simulation results demonstrate that the PDR for STBDSR falls from 92% to 80%.
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