Journal of Computer Science

DENIAL OF SERVICE ATTACK IN DISTRIBUTED WIRELESS NETWORK BY DISTRIBUTED JAMMER NETWORK: A BIRTH-DEATH RANDOM PROCESS ANALYSIS

R. Dhanasekaran and G. Singaravel

DOI : 10.3844/jcssp.2014.1397.1402

Journal of Computer Science

Volume 10, Issue 8

Pages 1397-1402

Abstract

Large number of low power, tiny radio jammers are constituting a Distributed Jammer Network (DJN) is used nowadays to cause a Denial of Service (DoS) attack on a Distributed Wireless Network (DWN). Using NANO technologies, it is possible to build huge number of tiny jammers in millions, if not more. The Denial of Service (DoS) attacks in Distributed Wireless Network (DWN) using Distributed Jammer Network (DJN) considering each of them as separate Poisson Random Process. In an integrated approach, in this study, we advocate the more natural Birth-Death Random Process route to study the impact of Distributed Jammer Network (DJN) on the connectivity of Distributed Wireless Network (DWN). We express that the Distributed Jammer Network (DJN) can root a phase transition in the performance of the target network. We use Birth-Death Random Process (BDRP) route for this phase transition to evaluate the collision of Distributed Jammer Network (DJN) on the connectivity and global percolation of the target network. This study confirms the global percolation of Distributed Wireless Network (DWN) is definite when the Distributed Jammer Network (DJN) is not more significant.

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© 2014 R. Dhanasekaran and G. Singaravel. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.