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Mobile Adhoc NETworks (MANETs) are networks designed to operate in volatile and rapidly changing environments. Nodes within these networks are intended to be free-roaming, self-organising, self-discovering and operate where dedicated infrastructure is either not present or only ephemerally available. Within such environments, resource-limited nodes are expected to make complex risk-based decisions (either collaboratively or individually) to decide whether to deactivate the keys of nodes exhibiting undesirable behaviour in the network. In this paper, the authors provide a taxonomy for deactivation strategies that exist in the literature and highlight a number of possible weaknesses in their deployment.
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