Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences
FSSAM: Detecting Wormhole Occurrence Using Five-Stage Security Analysis Model in MANET
The mobile ad-hoc network is a wireless network in which the nodes communicate with each other through wireless channels. Security in this network is the crucial aspect to protect from the fraudulent actions. Due to the fraudulent actions the data is lost, the route gets a failure and data route diversion takes place. The data transmission in the network also gets failure and this work is aimed to model and implement a Five Stage Security Analysis Model (FSSAM) to detect the wormhole attacks in MANET. For that, the proposed model collects and analyzes the information about all the nodes, routing paths and other communication details in the network. Network Simulation-2 tool is used for simulating the proposed FSSAM and the performance is evaluated.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Muthukumar, S. and Ruba Soundar, K.
"FSSAM: Detecting Wormhole Occurrence Using Five-Stage Security Analysis Model in MANET,"
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences: Vol. 13:
5, Article 15.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/amis/vol13/iss5/15