Black Hole Attack Implementation in Ns2

How to implement black hole attack using ns2 code

What is black hole attack:

A black hole has two properties.

  • First is the node exploits the ad hoc routing protocol, such as AODV protocol , to advertise itself as having a valid route to a destination node. Node which exploits AODV Protocol route is spurious, which has intention to make intercepting packets.
  • Second, The Node Which exploits AODV Protocol route consumes the intercepted packets.
Architecture-of-Black-Hole-Attack

Classification black hole attack:

Black hole Attack can be classified into following types,

  • Passive black hole attack in ns2 .
  • Active black hole attack in ns2.
  • Common black hole attack in ns2.

Models of black hole attacks in ns2 :

  • Active black hole node receives the RREQ packet and returns false RREP packet.
  • Active black hole node receives RRER or RREP packets and process them normally.
  • Active black hole node receives a data packet and discards it.
  • Passive black hole node receives a data packet and discards it.
  • Passive black hole node receives an AODV routing packet and normally process it.
  • Ordinary black hole node discards all packets.

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Sample code for black hole attack:

#Code that  defines black hole attackers in ns2 simulation:



nsaddr_t malicious1;
nsaddr_t malicious2;
nsaddr_t malicious3;
#code for initializing black hole attackers:
int
AODV::command(intargc, const char*const* argv) {
if(argc == 2) {
Tcl&tcl = Tcl::instance();
if(strncasecmp(argv[1], "id", 2) == 0) {
tcl.resultf("%d", index);
return TCL_OK;
    }
                   if(strcmp(argv[1], "blackhole1") == 0) {
     malicious1= index;
          printf("malicious %d", malicious1);
return TCL_OK;
    }
                   if(strcmp(argv[1], "blackhole2") == 0) {
malicious2=index;
                             printf("malicious %d", malicious2);
return TCL_OK;
    }
                   if(strcmp(argv[1], "blackhole3") == 0) {
                             malicious3= index;
printf("malicious %d", malicious3);
return TCL_OK;
    }
AODV::AODV(nsaddr_t id) : Agent(PT_AODV),
btimer(this), htimer(this), ntimer(this),
rtimer(this), lrtimer(this), rqueue() {
index = id;
seqno = 2;
bid = 1;
  LIST_INIT(&nbhead);
  LIST_INIT(&bihead);
malicious1=999;
  malicious2=999;
  malicious3=999;a
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