Visible to the public Prevention of Timing Attack in Software Defined Named Data Network with VANETs

TitlePrevention of Timing Attack in Software Defined Named Data Network with VANETs
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsArsalan, A., Rehman, R. A.
Conference Name2018 International Conference on Frontiers of Information Technology (FIT)
KeywordsAttack, attacker vehicles, composability, computer network security, content, data network, Interest, Internet, Internet technique, IP networks, IPv4 addressing problems, MANET, MANET Attack Mitigation, Metrics, mobile computing, named data networking, named data networks, NDN techniques, Peer-to-peer computing, Protocols, pubcrawl, Resiliency, Safety, SDN, Software, Software Defined Network, software defined networking, Software Defined Networks, TAP protocol, telecommunication network topology, Timing, Timing Attack Prevention protocol, V2I communication, V2V communication, VANET, vehicle to infrastructure communication, vehicle-to-vehicle communication, vehicular, vehicular ad hoc networks, Vehicular Ad-hoc Network
Abstract

Software Defined Network (SDN) is getting popularity both from academic and industry. Lot of researches have been made to combine SDN with future Internet paradigms to manage and control networks efficiently. SDN provides better management and control in a network through decoupling of data and control plane. Named Data Networking (NDN) is a future Internet technique with aim to replace IPv4 addressing problems. In NDN, communication between different nodes done on the basis of content names rather than IP addresses. Vehicular Ad-hoc Network (VANET) is a subtype of MANET which is also considered as a hot area for future applications. Different vehicles communicate with each other to form a network known as VANET. Communication between VANET can be done in two ways (i) Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) (ii) Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I). Combination of SDN and NDN techniques in future Internet can solve lot of problems which were hard to answer by considering a single technique. Security in VANET is always challenging due to unstable topology of VANET. In this paper, we merge future Internet techniques and propose a new scheme to answer timing attack problem in VANETs named as Timing Attack Prevention (TAP) protocol. Proposed scheme is evaluated through simulations which shows the superiority of proposed protocol regarding detection and mitigation of attacker vehicles as compared to normal timing attack scenario in NDN based VANET.

URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8616999
DOI10.1109/FIT.2018.00050
Citation Keyarsalan_prevention_2018