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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

The Mobile Adhoc Network ( MANET) is not only limited to the temporary rescue operations rather it has been conceptualized to be adopted into many civil society comfort and safety applications. The self-configurability of MANET’s node is the root cause of vulnerability and security threats, thus there is a need of light weight protocols which can ensure optimal Quality of Service (QoS) in secure way of routing. This paper projects a model of such secure routing in MANET called DTASR i.e. Dual Threshold-based Authentication for Secure Routing accentuating upon a resource-based threshold scheme as well as trust-based authentication scheme to ensure higher degree of resiliency against adversaries. The proposed illustrates an enhanced ability of communication performance when compared to conventional secure routing schemes .

Keywords :

: Mobile Adhoc Network, Secure Routing, Authentication, Trust, Resource

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