Manuscript Title:

MONITORING OF VEHICULAR AD-HOC NETWORKS TO DETECT MALICIOUS VEHICLES (DMV)

Author:

Garima Saini, Dinesh Javalkar

DOI Number:

DOI:10.17605/OSF.IO/9X8CY

Published : 2021-06-23

About the author(s)

1. Garima Saini - Research Scholar, Lingayas Vidyapeeth, Faridabad.
2. Dinesh Javalkar - Asst. Professor Lingayas Vidyapeeth, Faridabad.

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Abstract

Traditional wired networks are protected by various defence mechanisms such as gateways and firewalls. Wireless networks, on the other hand, are vulnerable to security threats that can threaten the entire network from either direction. Because of the lack of centralised administration, VANETs, As an ad hoc network, different misconducts such as messages manipulation, eavesdropping are vulnerable, spamming, masquerading, and so on (Al-kahtani. MS. 2012)(Mishra B, et al.,2011) (Liu Y et al.,2009)..[1] ,[5] [21] One of the major challenges has been described as the security of VANETs. VANET applications permit ongoing correspondence and handle life-basic data. To secure against aggressors and noxious vehicular hubs, it should stick to security principles like genuineness, secrecy, namelessness, non-disavowal, and verification


Keywords

MONITORING OF VEHICULAR AD-HOC NETWORKS TO DETECT MALICIOUS VEHICLES (DMV)