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Defense and Detection of DDOS Attack using Secured Geographic Routing

M. Vivek Kumar, R. Sathya Sivam, S. Varshinipriya, S. Vijay Vignesh


The routing protocol needs a secure transfer of messages due to the lack of routing initiation system. The secured routing protocol plays the major role in the Wireless Sensor Networks. There are many existing routing protocol which implies the major drawback. The major drawback tends to be failure by the node to send message during the routing process as they are subjected by the attackers. The major attack which is considered during the proposed routing model is the Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attack. The secured routing which is carried out in the proposed work is the Secured Geographic Routing Protocol (SGRP). Increase in the reliability of the transmission process can be carried out using the Secured Geographic Routing Protocol (SGRP) protocol by selecting the certain source node. The paper proposed the identification and isolation of certain attacks from the Secured Geographic Routing Protocol (SGRP). Various experiments were carried out to analyze the simulation time and the efficiency of the proposed routing technique. The proposed routing technique demonstrates the performance by calculating the Packets Delivery Ratio(PDR) and Energy consumption.


Distributed Denial of Service, Secured Geographic Routing Protocol, Packets Delivery Ratio, Energy Consumption

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