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SEEEP: Simple and Efficient End-to-End Protocol to Secure Ad Hoc Networks against Wormhole Attacks
2008 The Fourth International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Communications
In this paper, we present a very simple and efficient endto-end algorithm to handle wormhole attacks on ad hoc networks. We provide a lower bound on the minimum number of hops on a good route. Any path showing lesser hopcounts is shown to be under attack. Our algorithm requires every node to know its location. With very accurate GPS available, this assumption is not unreasonable. Since our protocol does not require speed or time, we do not need clock synchronization. In the absence of any errordoi:10.1109/icwmc.2008.49 fatcat:ij46t2hzwrcxfnjllhlcevc3ke