Alleviating Energy Depletion Attacks in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Provided by: International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT)
Topic: Networking
Format: PDF
Network survivability is the capacity of a network keeping connected under loss and intrusions, which is a major concern to the design and design interpretation of wireless ad hoc sensor networks. Ad-hoc low power wireless networks are in inquisition in both discerning and ubiquitous computing. The proposed method discusses about energy draining attacks at the routing protocol layer, which drains battery power. A innovative approach for routing protocols, affect from attack even those devised to be protected which is short of protection from these attacks, which the authors call energy debilitating attacks, which enduringly disable networks by quickly draining nodes battery power.
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