VANET: Analysis of Black hole Attack using CBR/UDP Traffic Pattern with Hash Function and GPSR Routing Protocol

Pooja Dahiya, Radhika Garg, Pankaj Gupta, Deepak Goyal, Monika Goyal


With momentum of time huge development occurred in the field of MANET and VANET. As we know when new technology emerges it came with many advanages but definitely some limitation must be there. In WSN security is one of biggest challenges which we need to tackle to implement adhoc network. Main reason behind this is dynamic topology of sensing node because nodes are dynamic in nature rather than static. As technology came into existence side by side unethical activity also take place which try to access the data illegally to gain personnel profit. There are so many types of attack possibilities are there in adhoc network. Attack can be classified into active and passive. In our research article oue main concern is on black hole attack. According to this attack a malicious node with high priority number is deployed in between other nodes. Now this malicious node access the data and sends acknowledgement to source that data received. Source node will think that acknowledgement is sent by destination node but actually it is sent by malicious node.  In this research article performance analysis of the black hole attack in Vehicular Ad Hoc Network is executed.


Black HoleAttack, Network, Secure, End to End Delay, Adhoc, Protocol, VANET, Packet

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