PROVISIONING OF EFFICIENT AUTHENTICATION TECHNIQUE FOR IMPLEMENTING IN LARGE SCALE NETWORKS (PEAT)

Authors

  • Lingeshwari S

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20894/IJMSR.117.006.001.006

Keywords:

Secret key Management, Elliptical Curve Cryptography technique, Wireless Sensor Network.

Abstract

Increasing attractiveness of Ad-hoc Networks, its quality and treatment has guide in the introduction of threats and attacks to bring negative consequences in the society. The typical features of ad hoc network, particularly with dynamic topology and open wireless medium, may lead network afflicted with some refuge vulnerabilities. The main challenge in designing an ad hoc network is to build them protective from different attacks in the network. The authentication must be done without much delay and should independent of the other packets. In this system we propose, Provisioning of Efficient Authentication Technique for Implementing in Large Scale Networks (PEAT). Here the Clusters are formed based on the distance and the Cluster Heads (CHs) are elected by coverage and connectivity. The secret key generation used to form the clusters securely. The CH first checks the cluster members secret key then formed the clusters. The Elliptical Curve Cryptography technique verifies the CH is authenticated or not. Hence, source sends the data to authenticated CH in the network. Simulation results shows that the PEAT perform better amount of data received also reduce the delay in the network.

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Author Biography

Lingeshwari S

PG Scholar, Department of CSE, PSN Engineering College, Tirunelveli, Tamil nadu.

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2014-12-17

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