Affiliations M.Tech Research ScholarAssistant Professor Head of the Department Department Of CSE, G.Pullaiah College of Engineering and Technology. Kurnool JNTU Anatapur, Andhra Pradesh, India
A Vehicular Ad hoc Network (VANET) is a sort of mobile Peer-To-Peer wireless network that permits giving
communication among adjacent vehicles and in the middle of vehicles and close-by settled roadside gear. The absence of
concentrated framework, high node portability and expanding number of vehicles in VANET bring about a few issues
examined in this paper, for example, interfering with associations, troublesome routing, security of correspondences and
adaptability. Existing framework for VANET correspondence is demonstrated to have a few disadvantages. We have
proposed a component so as to give secure and effective communication in VANET environment. We conquer the
disadvantages of the current framework by utilizing Malicious Vehicular Analyzer algorithm and Elliptic Curve Cryptography
(ECC). Utilizing these algorithms, vindictive messages are recognized. It likewise recognizes the mishap and different
issues in the way of the vehicles. Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) calculation is utilized for stronger security amid
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