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Identifying And Evaluating Jelly Fish Attack Using Aodv Protocol

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Volume:
Volume 1, Issue 3 (December, 2015)
Publication No:
IJTC201512001
Author:
Kulbir Singh, Jyoti Arora
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ABSTRACT

Routing is a process of exchanging information from one station to other stations of the network. The characteristics of self-organization and wireless medium make Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET) easy to set up and thus attractive to users. The open and dynamic operational environment of MANET makes it vulnerable to various network attacks. A common type of attacks targets at the underlying routing protocols. Jelly Fish Attack has opportunities to modify or discard routing information or advertise fake routes to attract user data to go through themselves.

Keywords:

AODV, Jelly Fish attack, Network Layer, MAC, Physical Layer.

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