Abstract: Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANET) are self-creating, self-administering and self-organizing entities. Thus, a set of self-motivated mobile wireless users is able to dynamically exchange data among themselves even in the absence of a predetermined infrastructure and controller. In this study, researchers extended a solution Enhanced Triple Umpiring System (ETUS) to generic attack such as Black listing attack, Black hole attack, Byzantine attack, Changing route tables attack, Gray hole attack, Jelly fish attacks, Network jamming signal, Masquerading data attack, Man in the middle attack, Replay attack, Rushing attack, Sybil attack, Selfish node attack, Sink hole attack and Worm hole attack extensive simulation studies using QualNet 5.0 establish the soundness of the proposal.
N. Kirubakaran and A. Kathirvel, 2014. Performance Improvement of Security Attacks in Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 13: 68-76.