Secure Data Transmission in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks using HCBDS

  • Chetan S Arage, K. V. V. Satyanarayana


Openly accessible communication signals raise a high security risk in cellular Networks that are Ad hoc. Networks that are Ad hoc are particularly susceptible to network layer attacks like DoS. The generalized attacks on network which is Ad hoc are Sybil attacks. Here, by transmitting incorrect information on routing, the nodes that are malicious disrupt data transmission on the network. A recognition of these helped us to address the topic of data protection from a different viewpoint in wireless network which is Ad hoc in order to provide a communication path, free of all security threats previously listed. To defend the network from external threats, many powerful and stable solutions have been suggested. They also lack very good ways of detecting and preventing internal threats, however. The goal of this paper is to use HCBDS to implement an effective protocol Distance Vector Routing (DSR), that eliminates by isolating the nodes that are malicious, thereby ensuring communication safety. The nodes that are intermediate receiving incorrect information on routing from their neighbor node are configured to perceive the node as malicious and keep the information in the table in order to accomplish this purpose. As an Ad hoc network, at any point, nodes will join or leave. So, it needs an appropriate protection framework. Through using the suggested HCBDS, true malicious activities can be separated from transmitting errors and the nodes that are malicious can be correctly located. The algorithm proposed using secure routing protocol gains the maximum throughput with minimum energy utilization.