International Journal of Innovative Science Engineering and Technology (IJISET)
Efficient defense against security attacks is a challenging task in the wireless sensor network and offering security guarantees becomes an important requirement in the design of the relevant networking protocols. In the existing system, anonymity is not completely offered to data sources, destination and routes where information's are exposed to malicious nodes. The situation is further aggravated as the next generation wireless sensor network will be larger and larger. To face this problem, the authors propose a Location Based Anonymous Routing Protocol (LBARP) which adopts the geographical routing principle to cope with the network dimensions and relies on a distributed trust model (hidden servers) for the avoidance of malicious nodes.