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Denial of Service Attacks in Wireless Networks - A Java Final Year Project
AJProfessionals Posted: Wednesday 15, October 2014 07:26:22 AM     
   
Denial of Service Attacks in Wireless Networks
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Abstract : The shared nature of the medium in wireless n
etworks makes it easy for an adversary to launch a Wireless Den
ial of Service (WDoS) attack. Recent studies, demonstrate that 
such attacks can be very easily accomplished using off-the shel
f equipment. To give a simple example, a malicious node can con
tinually transmit a radio signal in order to block any legitima
te access to the medium and/or interfere with reception. This a
ct is called jamming and the malicious nodes are referred to as
 jammers. Jamming techniques vary from simple ones based on the
 continual transmission of interference signals, to more sophis
ticated attacks that aim at exploiting vulnerabilities of the p
articular protocol used. In this survey, we present a detailed 
up-to-date discussion on the jamming attacks recorded in the li
terature. We also describe various techniques proposed for dete
cting the presence of jammers. Finally, we survey numerous mech
anisms which attempt to protect the network from jamming attack
s. We conclude with a summary and by suggesting future directio
ns.

For further details of this project please email at 
ajprofessionals@gmail.com
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 Riya Walia Posted: Monday 08, August 2016 07:13:18 PM
  
   
Sir.. please upload source code and project report of this project, want to use for my MCA IGNOU fin
al year project.
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