An Efficient and Provably Secure Multi-Path Distance Vector Routing

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Topic: Security
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MNDP (Multiple Node-Disjoint Paths) is an algorithm for identifying a maximal set of node-disjoint paths in Ad hoc networks. In this paper, the authors propose a Secure Multiple node-disjoint paths Distance Vector Routing (SMDVR) protocol. SMDVR is a derivative of AODV (Ad-hoc On-demand Distance Vector routing) integrated with the MNDP algorithm for the discovery of multiple paths. In SMDVR, these schemes such as error check, route acknowledgement mechanism and cryptographic mechanism, can guarantee the correctness and security of route establishing. They propose the concept of Trusted System State (TSS).

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