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Security Issues in Vehicular Ad Hoc Network: A Critical Survey

  • Mohammad Arif
  • Shish Ahmad
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 624)

Abstract

A vehicular ad hoc network or VANET is a new and advanced approach for communication between vehicles while running on the roads. This has drawn the attention of many researchers. VANET is very helpful in enhancing the safety of the vehicles, passengers and drivers, and the management of traffic using real-time traffic information. VANET is the advancement of MANET. The key distinction between VANET as well as MANET is that in VANET the topology is extremely vibrant due to fast movement of the motor vehicles. VANET network is also susceptible to attacks. One of the very important goals of design of VANET is to prevent the communication from malicious intentions and the security attacks and setting up trustworthy end-to-end connection and having proficient data transfer. In this paper, we firstly focused on security features, confrontations, and different types of possible assaults on VANET and then we threw light on different types of security techniques.

Keywords

MANET VANET Attacks Security Trust Threats 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer ScienceIntegral UniversityLucknowIndia

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