Blockchain Security in MANETs
Abstract:The security aspect of the IoT occupies a place of great
importance especially after the evolution that has known this field
lastly because it must take into account the transformations and the
new applications .Blockchain is a new technology dedicated to the
data sharing. However, this does not work the same way in the
different systems with different operating principles. This article will
discuss network security using the Blockchain to facilitate the sending
of messages and information, enabling the use of new processes and
enabling autonomous coordination of devices. To do this, we will
discuss proposed solutions to ensure a high level of security in these
networks in the work of other researchers. Finally, our article will
propose a method of security more adapted to our needs as a team
working in the ad hoc networks, this method is based on the principle
of the Blockchain and that we named ”MPR Blockchain”.
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