Analysis of Clustering Algorithm in Securing VANETs

Sumaiya Sheerin S, Jayalakshmi V

Abstract


Security of wired and wireless networks is the most challengeable in today’s computer world. Computer and the development of network technology and its application cause the decrease in the Security of the system. It improves the attention of the people because once the data has been destroyed; it is a tedious process to recollect the lost data which causes the interrupt in the network and the performance. The main goal of VANET is to disseminate safety messages from Source to destination without negotiating security. The nodes in VANET is rich in mobility henceforth, there are many challenges to route the packets to their final destination. VANETs are themselves vulnerable against attacks that can directlylead to the corruption of networks and then possibly provoke big losses of time, money, and even liveshowever; malicious vehicle may trace the message which causes vulnerability to other vehicles. Clustering is one solution to improve the security against malicious vehicles. In this work, a security mechanism has been incorporated by analysis of clustering Algorithm such as MMV(Monitoring Malicious Vehicle) algorithm and CSMV(Clustering Surveillance Malicious Vehicle)algorithm.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23956/ijermt.v6i8.140

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