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FACES: Friend-Based Ad Hoc Routing Using Challenges to Establish Security in MANETs Systems

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5 Author(s)
Sanjay K. Dhurandher ; CAITFS, Division of Information Technology, Netaji subhas Institute of Technology, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India ; Mohammad S. Obaidat ; Karan Verma ; Pushkar Gupta
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Friend based Ad hoc routing using Challenges to Establish Security (FACES) is an algorithm to provide secure routing in ad hoc mobile networks. We propose this scheme that has been drawn from a network of friends in real life scenarios. The algorithm works by sending challenges and sharing friend Lists to provide a list of trusted nodes to the source node through which data transmission finally takes place. The nodes in the friend list are rated on the basis of the amount of data transmission they accomplish and their friendship with other nodes in the network. The account of friendship of a node with other nodes in the network is obtained through the Share Your Friends process which is a periodic event in the network. As a result of this scheme of operation, the network is able to effectively isolate the malicious nodes which are left with no role to play in the ad hoc network. One major benefit of this scheme is that the nodes do not need to promiscuously listen to the traffic passing through their neighbors. The information about the malicious nodes is gathered effectively by using Challenges. This reduces the overhead on the network significantly. Through extensive simulation analysis it was inferred that this scheme provides an efficient approach towards security and easier detection of malicious nodes in the mobile ad hoc network.

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IEEE Systems Journal  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 2 )