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  Detection and Isolation of Selective Packet Drop Attack in MANET  
  Authors : Sandeep Singh; Dr. Rajinder Singh
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Wireless Networking is a technology in which two or more computers communicate with each other using standard network protocols but without using cables. In this we work based on MANET. MANET stands for Mobile Ad hoc Network. is a robust infrastructure less wireless network. It can be formed either by mobile nodes or by both fixed and mobile nodes. It has a limited physical security. There may be various types of Attacks like Black hole attack, Eavesdropping, jamming, Selective Packet Drop Attack. There are various existing Techniques like key distribution, monitoring mode etc. which have disadvantages like less throughput, packet loss, average delay. In our technique we will increase throughput, and minimize packet loss and average delay.


Published In : IJCSN Journal Volume 6, Issue 3

Date of Publication : June 2017

Pages : 450-454

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Sandeep Singh : Research Scholar, Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo (151001).

Dr. Rajinder Singh : Asst . Prof., University College of Computer Applications, Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo (151001).


MANET, Eavesdropping, jamming

There is increased through put, reduced delay of packets and packet loss during the Selective Packet Forward Attack. It can be said that the proposed technique is better as compared to the existing technique as shown in table 5.1. In this paper discussed about MANET, its attack which trigger on it and various techniques to isolate and prevent selective packet drop attack which degrade the system performance by decreasing throughput, increasing latency and end-to-end delay. In our proposed technique delay, packet loss and throughput are better.


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