Kriging Regressive Pseudo Randomized Lamport Certificateless Signcryption based Replication Attack Detection for Secure Routing in WSN

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D.Sudhakar, et. al.


A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) includes small, low-cost, and resource-constrained sensor nodes to perform monitoring. Each node is free to move and susceptible to various attacks.  Therefore, WSNs have huge attention to communication security. Identifying and monitoring attack node is complex in distributed network and creates node replication attacks in WSN.  In order to improve secure routing, a novel technique called Kriging Regressive Attack Detection based Pseudo Randomized Lamport Certificateless Signcryptive Secure Routing (KRAD-PRLCSSR) is proposed. KRAD-PRLCSSR enhances the secure routing by detecting the replication attack in WSN. Initially, the neighbor discovery is performed using the Kriging Regression function. Energy of every sensor node is calculated and validates with threshold value. Based on estimated results, normal node or replica node is identified. Then the normal node is chosen as neighboring node. After that, secure transmission is performed using Pseudo Randomized Lamport one-time Generative Certificateless Signcryption. By applying the signcryption technique, Pseudo Randomized private and public keys are generated for each sensor node. After the key generation, the source node performs the encryption as well as a digital signature. The encrypted data and signature are sent to receiver. Finally, signature is verified at the receiver side to decrypt the data. This helps to increase the security of routing in WSN. The simulation analysis of KRAD-PRLCSSR technique is performed with the different metrics.

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