Transmission Sequence Based Packet Scanner Detection For Flooding Attack Using DSR Based MANET

Vimalapriya, M. D.; Santhosh Baboo, S.
June 2014
Australian Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences;Jun2014, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p64
Academic Journal
Background:Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANETs) are relied upon to be broadly utilized as a part of the not so distant future. In any case, they are powerless to different security threats due to their characteristic qualities. Many denial of service attacks are possible in MANET and one of these type of attack is flooding attack in which attacker exhausts the network resources such as bandwidth and to consume a node's resources such as computational and battery power or to disrupt the routing operation to cause severe degradation in network performance. Flooding attack is possible in almost all on demand routing protocol.Objective:In this paper present a technique to mitigate the effect of data flooding attack in MANET using Transmission sequence based packet scanner(TSBPS) technique in DSR on demand routing protocol.Result:The new scheme utilized a four way detection method of National based Intrusion Detection System (NIDS) to detect a flooding attack and suppressing the influence of the attack effectively. Conclusion:The simulation results show that the proposed scheme detrimental effects of flooding attack and also improve the packet delivery ratio and decrease a end to end delay.


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