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Protected Routing in MANETS

K. Yasaswini, K.L. Kalyani, N. Rajeswari

Abstract


Security is an important issue in MANETS. As MANETS are self-organized, the communication and the recognizing the other nodes for the communication need to be recognized by the nodes. In this, MANETS lack centralized authority; any devices can enter or leave the network. Security attacks are more in MANETS because of its dynamic nature. In this paper an attempt has been made to list out all types of attacks in the MANETS and provide solution for the routing in the network. By implementing Shamir’s algorithm, security can be achieved. By the proposed method, each node which wants to enter into the network, should register in the centralized authority. By this some security attacks can be reduced.


Keywords


MANETS, dynamic nature, self-organizing, and security attacks

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