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IIJCS:Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2016

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Title:
Security Breaches in MANET: A State-of-Art
Author Name:
Prachi Sharma, Prof.Kalpana Rai, Prof.Deepak Jain, Prof. B. L. Rai
Abstract:
ABSTRACT Mobile Adhoc Networks have become a part and parcel of technology advancements due to its working as autonomous system. MANET networks are very susceptible to several kinds of attacks and risk because of its identical features such as the Shared physical medium, dynamic topology, distributed operations and many more. There are several attacks that influence the working of the MANETS’ like the denial of service which is very usually used to affect the network is one of the various types of attacks in the MANETS. Jellyfish attack has achieved its name currently in attack schemes in the MANET. JellyFish Attack achieves the end to end congestion control mechanism of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). It then refers the potential solution to prevent the mechanism of security that consists of integrity, availability, authentication and non refusal. These issues related to securities are well referred if one may give methods which are relevant for the key distribution, authentication, and intrusion detection in MANETS. Also various attacks in MANET will get discussed in this paper. Keywords: Jellyfish attack ,blackhole attack. Dos attack, MANET
Cite this article:
Prachi Sharma, Prof.Kalpana Rai, Prof.Deepak Jain, Prof. B. L. Rai , " Security Breaches in MANET: A State-of-Art" , IPASJ INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE(IIJCS) , Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2016 , pp. 013-017 , ISSN 2321-5992.
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