Mitigando Ataques Flooding na Mobilidade em Redes Veiculares Infraestruturadas
(Mitigating Flooding Attacks on Mobility in Infrastructure-Based Vehicular Networks)
Michele Nogueira (email@example.com), Flavio Arieta (firstname.lastname@example.org), Larissa Barabasz (email@example.com), Aldri Santos (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR)
This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina
Publication Date: May 2014
Volume: 12, Issue: 3
Infrastructure-based Vehicular Networks can be applied in different social contexts, such as health care, transportation and entertainment. They can easily take advantage of the benefices provided by wireless mesh networks (WMNs) to mobility, since WMNs essentially support technological convergence and resilience, required for the effective operation of services and applications. However, infrastructure-based vehicular networks are prone to attacks such as ARP packets flooding that compromise mobility management and users' network access. Hence, this work proposes MIRF, a secure mobility scheme based on reputation and filtering to mitigate flooding attacks on mobility management. The efficiency of the MIRF scheme has been evaluated by simulations considering urban scenarios with and without attacks. Analyses show that it significantly improves the packet delivery ratio in scenarios with attacks, mitigating their intentional negative effects, as the reduction of malicious ARP requests. Furthermore, improvements have been observed in the number of handoffs on scenarios under attacks, being faster than scenarios without the scheme.
Mobility, Flooding Attacks, Security, Vehicular Networks
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