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Paper Title: DENIAL OF SLEEP ATTACK DETECTION USING MOBILE AGENT IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS
Authors Name: G. Mahalakshmi , Dr.P.Subathra
Unique Id: IJRTI1805026
Published In: Volume 3 Issue 5, May-2018
Abstract: Maintenance of security is an imperative element in Wireless sensor Networks. Wireless sensor Networks contain the gathering of dispersed portable hubs with the ability of detecting the natural conditions. At the point when the extent of the WSN expands, then the activity over the sensor organize additionally increments.It will cause the network congestion and also the packet loss in the network. This category of network congestion and packet loss will occur in the sensor network due to the launching of various attacks in the wireless sensor networks. The most important attack in wireless sensor network is the Denial of Sleep (DoSL) Attack. This attack belongs to the category of the Denial of Service Attack (DoS). The motive of Denial of Sleep (DoSL) attack is to drain the energy level of the sensor network by making the sensor nodes always in processing mode and does not allow them to enter into the sleeping mode. This will also reduce the lifetime of the network from years to months. In this paper, an algorithm called Sleep attack Detection Algorithm (SLDA) is proposed to detect and prevent the Denial of attack in the WSNs. This proposed SLDA algorithm is dynamic and accurate in detecting the Sleep attack that uses Mobile agent, trust value, random key pre-distribution & random password generation. We are using a password which is generated randomly and trust value to distinguish and then for the confirmation of a normal node and an attacker node. Moreover, this algorithm helps in the transmission of data in a more secured way by avoiding the Denial of sleep attacks and also reduces the power consumption. We have simulated the proposed algorithm in NS2. We have verified the detection performance of SLDA and also checked the throughput and packet delivery ratio in wireless sensor network.
Keywords: Wireless Sensor Networks, Mobile Agent, Denial of attack Detection Algorithm, Intrusion Detection.
Cite Article: "DENIAL OF SLEEP ATTACK DETECTION USING MOBILE AGENT IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.3, Issue 5, page no.139 - 149, May-2018, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI1805026.pdf
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Publication Details: Published Paper ID: IJRTI1805026
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Published In: Volume 3 Issue 5, May-2018
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