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Invalidating Security Compromised Nodes by Releasing its Energy in MANETs

  • N. Chandrakant
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 258)

Abstract

MANETs are having very limited resources like memory, CPU speed, Bandwidth, battery life etc. Inspite of having higher secured nodes and security algorithms in Ad Hoc network, some time, the genuine nodes can be attacked or accessed by fraud/malicious nodes, and also a node itself can turn into a malicious behaviour. In such scenarios, human may not be able to acquire and catch them to avoid adversary affect or misusing node’s data for different purpose which is dangerous in some cases like Border Monitoring. As a different approach to avoid such dangerous circumstances, this paper is proposing a novel approach to exhaust the valuable resources of MANETs is called retiring or invalidating a node e.g., turning node’s battery level to zero and other approaches can used to make invalidate a node.

Keywords

MANET Invalidate Self-retirement 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BangaloreIndia

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