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Clone Detection in Manet Using Routing Information Protocol

Journal of Network and Information Security

Volume 2 Issue 1

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: Sakthivel Munuswamy, Anand Joseph Daniel Chinnaiyan, Karnavel Kuppuswamy | Author(s) Affiliation: Computer Science, Anand Institute of Higher Technology, Kazhipathur, Tamil Nadu, India.
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An extensive helplessness of wireless networks in exacting the Mobile Ad-Hoc Network (MANET) is their vulnerability to node compromise and physical capture attacks. Detecting replication attacks is a nontrivial problem in MANETs due to the challenges resulted from node mobility, cloned and compromised node collusion, and the outsized number and extensive of the replicas. It has two replication detection schemes, Time Domain Detection (TDD) and Space Domain Detection (SDD). The theoretical analysis indicates that TDD and SDD provide high detection accuracy and excellent resilience against smart and colluding replicas. They have no restriction on the number and distribution of replicas, and incur low communication and computation overhead. According to theoretical analysis, for validating the path to occur any interference before transmitting the data from source to destination the RIP Protocol, TDD and SDD are the only approaches that support mobile networks that places no restrictions on the number and distribution of the cloned frauds and on whether the replicas collude or not.

Keywords: TDD (Time Domain Detection), SDD (Space Domain Detection), RIP (Routing Information Protocol), MANET

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