Volume 10 Issue 1 - March 2018

  • 1. Optimization of transmission efforts in faulty networks via network coding

    Authors : Jaskarn Singh Bhullar, Sonia Sharma

    Pages : 184-189

    DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.21172/1.101.33

    Keywords : Network Coding, Wiretapping, Byzantine attack, Transmission Time, Coding Gain.

    Abstract :

    Network coding is vulnerable to pollution attacks when malicious nodes injects some bogus data blocks or modifies the contents of the packets. When these data streams are combined with other legal blocks of the network at downstream nodes, it makes decoding of the original blocks cumbersome and ultimately degrades the network performance. In wiretapping, some adversary can wiretap the communication channels and attains the control of information for viewing purposes, while in byzantine attack the attackers can also modify the coded packets along with the information viewing. To address this issue, a novel approach to limit pollution attack by selecting the optimal network path for packet transmission is specified in this work. This scheme rapidly identifies the malicious node of the network and marks it inaccessible, so that the system can quickly recover from pollution attack and can disseminate data to the downstream nodes more efficiently.

    Citing this Journal Article :

    Jaskarn Singh Bhullar, Sonia Sharma, "Optimization of transmission efforts in faulty networks via network coding", https://www.ijltet.org/journal_details.php?id=928&j_id=4402, Volume 10 Issue 1 - March 2018, 184-189, #ijltetorg