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Real-Time Intrusion Detection for Ad Hoc Networks

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Real-Time Intrusion Detection for Ad Hoc Networks
A mobile ad hoc network is a collection of nodes that is connected through a wireless medium forming rapidly changing topologies. The widely accepted existing routing protocols designed to accommodate the needs of such selforganised networks do not address possible threats aiming at the disruption of the protocol itself. The assumption of a trusted environment is not one that can be realistically expected; hence several efforts have been made towards the design of a secure routing protocol for ad hoc networks. The main problems with this approach are that it requires changes to the underlying routing protocol and that manual configuration of the initial security associations cannot be completely avoided. In this paper we propose RIDAN, a novel architecture that uses knowledge-based intrusion detection techniques to detect in real-time attacks that an adversary can perform against the routing fabric of a mobile ad hoc network. Our system is designed to take countermeasures minimising t...
Ioanna Stamouli, Patroklos G. Argyroudis, Hitesh T
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where WOWMOM
Authors Ioanna Stamouli, Patroklos G. Argyroudis, Hitesh Tewari
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