Blackhole Attack Putting into Practice in AODV Routing Protocol

An ad hoc network is the network with no fixed infrastructure. There is no central administrator so any node can come and move in and outside of the network in a dynamic manner. Because of security vulnerabilities of the routing protocols, wireless ad hoc networks may be unprotected against attacks by the malicious nodes. A black hole attack node attracts all packets by falsely claiming a fresh route to the destination node and absorbs them without forwarding them to destination. Since the data packets do not reach the destination node on account of this attack, data loss will occur.

Provided by: International forum of researchers Students and Academician Topic: Security Date Added: Nov 2014 Format: PDF

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