A Study on Building A Secured Environment for Value-Added Services in VANET’s using ABAKA

Author(s):  P. Caroline Anitha, S.Brindha

Abstract:   To achieve efficient routing protocol for vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs); existing system employs intersection-based Geographical Routing Protocol (IGRP) in city environments. IGRP is based on an effective selection of road intersections through which a packet must pass to reach the gateway to the internet. The selection is made in such a way that guarantees with high probability and network connectivity among the road intersection while satisfying quality-of-service (QoS) constraints on tolerable delay, bandwidth usage and error rate. To deal with security and privacy issues in VANET the proposed scheme builds a secure environment for value-added services in VANET’s using An Anonymous Batch Authenticated and Key Agreement Scheme for Value-Added Services in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (ABAKA). ABAKA can efficiently authenticate multiple requests by one verification operation and negotiate a session key with each vehicle by one broadcast message.