Intrusion Detection in Mobile Adhoc Network with Bayesian model based MAC Identification

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Bhagyashali Kokode, Prof. Mukul Pande, Prof. Sarvesh V. Warjurkar


Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANETs) are a collection of heterogeneous, infrastructure less, self-organizing and battery powered mobile nodes with different resources availability and computational capabilities. The dynamic and distributed nature of MANETs makes them suitable for deployment in extreme and volatile environmental conditions. They have found applications in diverse domains such as military operations, environmental monitoring, rescue operations etc. Each node in a MANET is equipped with a wireless transmitter and receiver, which enables it to communicate with other nodes within its wireless transmission range. However, due to limited wireless communication range and node mobility, nodes in MANET must cooperate with each other to provide networking services among themselves. Therefore, each node in a MANET acts both as a host and a router. Present Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs) for MANETs require continuous monitoring which leads to rapid depletion of a node?s battery life. To avoid this issue we propose a system to prevent intrusion in MANET using Bayesian model based MAC Identification from multiple nodes in network. Using such system we can provide lightweight burden to nodes hence improving energy efficiency.

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, B. K. P. M. P. P. S. V. W. (2017). Intrusion Detection in Mobile Adhoc Network with Bayesian model based MAC Identification. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 5(3), 526–530.