Overcome Mitigating Vampire Attacks Problem in Wireless Adhoc Sensor Network

Provided by: The International Journal of Professional Engineering Studies (IJPES)
Topic: Enterprise Software
Format: PDF
Wireless ad-hoc sensor network is an emerging platform in the field of remote sensing, data amassment, analysis, rectification of the quandary and research in sundry studies. Network survivability is the ability of a network keeping connected under failures and attacks, which is a major problem to the design and performance assessment of wireless ad hoc networks. This paper is to examine resource depletion attacks at the routing protocol layer, which endeavors to perpetually incapacitate network nodes by expeditiously draining their battery potency.

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