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AKCSS: An Asymmetric Key Cryptography Based on Secret Sharing in Mobile Ad Hoc Network

  • R. PreethiEmail author
  • M. Sughasiny
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 940)

Abstract

In Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET), mobile nodes are especially prone to the security threats of eavesdropping, interception, denial-of-service and routing attacks. Some of these problems may be solved with the use of cryptographic protocols. In the recent literature many works make specific proposals on how to use well-known cryptographic techniques to secure MANETs. But these are relies keys for encryption and decryption. For decryption, keys must be shared from source to destination. But secret key sharing in MANET is computationally unsafe and inconsistent due to its dynamic nature. To tackle this problem, this paper proposed an Asymmetric Key Cryptography based on Secret Sharing (AKCSS) Algorithm. This algorithm provides two types of security. One is Secret Sharing, another one is Secure Communication. For Secret Sharing, AKCSS algorithm splits secret key into N shares and transmits each share through different paths from source to destination. For reduce nodes energy consumption, minimum cost routing paths are taken. After receive each share, the destination node can reconstruct secret key. To secure communication, source node encrypts its message with public key which provides cipher text and forwards it via Minimum Cost Routing Path (MCRP). For message transmission from source to destination, MCRP can reduce energy consumption. After receive cipher text, destination node can decrypt using secret key. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed protocol provides strong security for secret sharing and message transmission. Furthermore, it reduces energy consumption efficiently.

Keywords

Cryptography Secret sharing Routing path Cipher text Energy Security Message transmission 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer ScienceSrimad Andavan Arts and Science CollegeTrichyIndia

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