Encryption Techniques in Packet Hiding Methods to Prevent Jamming Attacks in Wireless NetworkIJCSIT (2014)
Wireless Networks are becoming an increasingly important technology that is bringing the world closer together. In this type of network environment there could be more chances of attacks. The packets cannot be easily transferred over the network. It affects network performance degrade. While eavesdropping and message injection can be prevented using cryptographic methods, jamming attacks are much harder to counter. They have been shown to actualize severe Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks against networks. In Simplest form adversary blocks the packets that are transmitted over wireless network. Typically, jamming attacks has been considered under an external threat model, in which the jammer is not part of the network. To overcome the above problem of network traffic and performance in this paper we have considered a packet hiding methods that can be securely transmit packets over the network. We are addressing the problem of jamming attacks under internal threat model and two schemes are proposed that prevent real-time packet classification of packets by combining hiding scheme based on cryptographic primitives.
- Selective Jamming,
- Wireless Networks,
- Packet Classification
Publication DateAugust, 2014
Citation InformationRashmi B. Dhamannavar and Rashmi M. Jogdand. "Encryption Techniques in Packet Hiding Methods to Prevent Jamming Attacks in Wireless Network" IJCSIT (2014)
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