Journal of Pure and Applied MicrobiologyVol. 9 No. 3

High Performance and Efficient Secure Communication in Wireless Sensor Network with Non-linear S-box Using AES-CCMP

Velayutham Ramakrishnan and Siva Ganesh Elango

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Einstein College of Engineering,Tamil Nadu, India

Received on 06 May 2015 and accepted on 05 July 2015



A safe transfer of data among wireless sensor network (WSN) is an imperative challenge in current communication technology. In consequence, the communication requires a vital cryptographic algorithm to defend the data against attackers. This decisive pace has been implemented with Advanced Encryption Standards- Counter mode with Cipher Block Chaining Message Authentication Code Protocol (AES-CCMP) with the Non-linear agreement of S-Box and Key scheduling. This is computationally realistic to solve various kinds of security issues with the ease of deployment. Non-linear arrangement has made the AES-CCMP algorithm further stronger to resist against all cryptanalysis attacks. Accordingly, the anticipated wireless sensor network comprises of base station that receives the encrypted data from other nodes. As a result, the encrypted data wraps with the non-linear AES-CCMP algorithm. The anticipated scheme exploits an Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with CCMP which improvises the Confidentiality, Authentication and Integrity stabilizes the WSN with respect to both performance and security requirements. The proposed work implemented in Ns2. Experimental results show that the proposed scheme yields good solutions to increase the sensor network lifetime.

Keywords : AES-CCMP, Non-linear, S-Box, NS2, Wireless Sensor Network.