Black Hole Attack in Mobile Ad_Hoc Networks
Department of IT Engineering Trends in Computer Networks
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Ad hoc wireless network includes a set of distributed nodes that are connected with each other wirelessly. Nodes can be the host computer or router. Nodes directly without any access point to communicate with each other and have no fixed organization and therefore have been formed in an arbitrary topology. Each node are equipped with sender and receiver. An important feature of this network is a dynamic and changing topology .It is result of node mobility. Nodes in these networks are continually changing its position that it requires a routing protocol that has the ability to adapt to these changes, to appear.
Keywords: Specialized mobile networks, network security, massive attack of the black hole, the routing protocol, Black Hole, AODV