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On detecting packets droppers in MANET: A novel low cost approach (2007)
Conference Proceeding
Fahad, T., Djenouri, D., & Askwith, R. (2007). On detecting packets droppers in MANET: A novel low cost approach. https://doi.org/10.1109/ias.2007.47

One of the commonest threats that mobile ad hoc networks are vulnerable to is data packet dropping, which is caused either by malicious or selfish nodes. Most of the existing solutions to solve such misbehaviour rely on the watchdog technique, which... Read More about On detecting packets droppers in MANET: A novel low cost approach.

A new low cost sessions-based misbehaviour detection protocol (SMDP) for MANET (2007)
Conference Proceeding
Fahad, T., Djenouri, D., Askwith, R., & Merabti, M. (2007). A new low cost sessions-based misbehaviour detection protocol (SMDP) for MANET. https://doi.org/10.1109/ainaw.2007.34

There is a strong motivation for a node to deny packet forwarding to others and being selfish in MANET. Recently, some solutions have been proposed, but almost all of these solutions rely on the watchdog technique, which suffers from many drawbacks,... Read More about A new low cost sessions-based misbehaviour detection protocol (SMDP) for MANET.

On securing MANET routing protocol against control packet dropping (2007)
Conference Proceeding
Djenouri, D., Mahmoudi, O., Bouamama, M., Llewellyn-Jones, D., & Merabti, M. (2007). On securing MANET routing protocol against control packet dropping. https://doi.org/10.1109/perser.2007.4283899

In this manuscript we deal with securing routing protocols of mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) against packet dropping misbehavior. More specifically, we propose a solution to protect control packets of reactive source routing protocols against. Most... Read More about On securing MANET routing protocol against control packet dropping.

Struggling against selfishness and black hole attacks in MANETs (2007)
Journal Article
Djenouri, D., & Badache, N. (2008). Struggling against selfishness and black hole attacks in MANETs. Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, 8(6), 689-704. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcm.493

Since mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are infrastructureless and multi-hop by nature, transmitting packets from any node to another usually relies on services provided by intermediate nodes. This reliance introduces a new vulnerability; one node coul... Read More about Struggling against selfishness and black hole attacks in MANETs.