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PASER Secure and Efficient Routing Approach for Airborne Mesh Networks - 2016
Low-altitude unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) combined with WLAN mesh networks (WMNs) have facilitated the emergence of airborne network-assisted applications. In disaster relief, they're key solutions for (one) on-demand ubiquitous network access and (two) economical exploration of sized areas. Nevertheless, these solutions still face major security challenges as WMNs are vulnerable to routing attacks. Consequently, the network will be sabotaged, and also the attacker might manipulate payload knowledge or maybe hijack the UAVs. Contemporary security standards, such as the IEEE 802.11i and the protection mechanisms of the IEEE 802.11s mesh standard, are at risk of routing attacks as we tend to experimentally showed in previous works. So, a secure routing protocol is indispensable for making feasible the deployment of UAV-WMN. As so much as we have a tendency to apprehend, none of the existing research approaches have gained acceptance in observe thanks to their high overhead or robust assumptions. Here, we present the position-aware, secure, and economical mesh routing approach (PASER). Our proposal prevents additional attacks than the IEEE 802.11sGi security mechanisms and the well-known, secure routing protocol ARAN, while not making restrictive assumptions. In realistic UAV-WMN eventualities, PASER achieves similar performance results as the well-established, nonsecure routing protocol HWMP combined with the IEEE 802.11s security mechanisms.
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