An Improved Novel Design for user Authentication and Secure Transmission of Data in End to End Routing in Wireless Sensor Network
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|Year of Publication : 2018|
|Authors : K RupaRani, K. Jagdeeshwara Rao|
K RupaRani, K. Jagdeeshwara Rao "An Improved Novel Design for user Authentication and Secure Transmission of Data in End to End Routing in Wireless Sensor Network". International Journal of P2P Network Trends and Technology (IJPTT).V8 (2) 8-13 March to April 2018. ISSN:2249-2615. www.ijpttjournal.org. Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.
Now a day’s wireless sensor network is most important technology for transferring data through network with secure manner. Before transferring message from source node to destination node we can find out path consisting of connected links. To identify the routing from source node to destination node so many end to end routing protocols are existing in the world. In this paper we are implementing a novel design secure end to end routing protocol for transfer data with securely. Before performing data transformation process we can implement two more fundamental concepts are user authentication and key establishment. The user authentication process enables for identify users by group key manager. After completion of authentication process the group key manager will generate polynomial equation for establishing secret session key and shared that key to all communication entities. Such that all communication entities will exchange information can be protected using this secret key. Before transferring data to destination node the source will send ids to group key manager. The group key manager will find routing from source node to destination node, using that path data will be transferred to destination node. Before transferring message the source node will encrypt the message and send to destination node. By performing data encryption and decryption process we are using cryptography technique. So that by implementing those concepts we can improve efficiency of network and also provide more security of transferred message.
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Group Key Generation, Secrecy of Data, End to End Routing, Source Node, Destination Node.