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1 Badji Mokhtar University of Annaba 2 LaBRI - Laboratoire Bordelais de Recherche en Informatique

Abstract : Mobile ad-hoc networks are known to be highly vulnerable to various kinds of intrusions. Since not all of these intrusions are predictable, there might have some serious effects on the network and its nodes before being detected and completely removed. For that, even if the implications of intrusions could be minimized by the intrusion detection system MASID-R, still the need for the recovery of altered or deleted data is a vital step to guaranteeing the correct functioning of the network. In this paper, we present a recovery oriented approach for a self-healing MANET. It is based on the ability of MASID-R to assess the damage caused by the detected intrusions and aimed at enabling the supervised network to heal itself of those faults and damages. Results show that MASID-R is now, able to not only detect intrusions but, at the same time, to assess and fix the damages caused by those intrusions.

Keywords : survivable network intrusion detection

Author: Leila Mechtri - Fatiha Djemili Tolba - Salim Ghanemi - Damien Magoni -



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