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A Semi-distributed Reputation Based Intrusion Detection System for Mobile Adhoc Networks

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A Semi-distributed Reputation Based Intrusion Detection System for Mobile Adhoc Networks
Abstract: A Mobile Adhoc Network (manet) is a cooperative engagement of a collection of mobile nodes without any centralized access point. The underlying concept of coordination among nodes in a cooperative manet has induced in them a vulnerability to attacks due to issues like dynamically changing network topology, cooperative algorithms and lack of centralized monitoring point. We propose a semi-distributed approach towards a reputation-based Intrusion Detection System (ids) that combines with the Dynamic Source Routing (dsr) protocol for strengthening the defense of a manet. Our system inherits the features of reputation from human behavior, hence making the ids socially inspired. It has a semi-distributed architecture as the critical observations of the system are neither spread globally nor restricted locally. The system assigns maximum priority to self observation by nodes for updating any reputation parameters, thus avoiding the need of a trust relationship between nodes. Our sy...
Animesh Kr Trivedi, Rajan Arora, Rishi Kapoor, Sud
Added 09 Dec 2010
Updated 09 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors Animesh Kr Trivedi, Rajan Arora, Rishi Kapoor, Sudip Sanyal, Sugata Sanyal
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