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Currently IEEE 802.11 remote Local Area Network (WLAN) turns out to be the most important for data communication. It is straightforward extent extender for a home-wired Ethernet interface, or as a wireless interface, WLAN produces the mobility, ease of access and moderation. The majority of the 802.11 remote systems utilize the recurrence of 2.4GHz, which often drives the system to be risky and more vulnerable than conventional Ethernet networks. IEEE 802.11 is the most predominant Wireless Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol, which attempts to make all the nodes to remain safe and cooperative in the network. However, attackers may attempt to make nodes misbehave in their performance of the network by consuming an additional bandwidth and resources.