IJRE – Volume 5 Issue 4 Paper 4


Author’s Name :  J kalidevi | A Wims Magdalene mary

Volume 05 Issue 04  Year 2018  ISSN No:  2349-252X  Page no: 14-16






The open nature of the suspicious node of the adhoc network leaves it vulnerable to packet loss through link error and packet dropping. The mitigating technique can be used for mounting the packet loss on the wireless adhoc network. Typically, the detection process has been addressed under insider attack cases. Many existing works has carried out to answer these issues but reputation of the system fails due to manipulation of the data. Data integrity plays major problem in the reputation of the system against the data modification attacks. In this paper, we propose an attack resilient technique named as MANET. The MANETs does not have any fixed infrastructure or central access points to the backbone infrastructure to the sensitive information. The OLSR protocol is proactive to the reputation base mechanism to prevent the attacks.


MANET, OLSR Protocol, Packet Hiding, Routing Path


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