Changpeng Fan

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Quality of Service (QoS) mechanisms in networks supporting mobile Internet communications give rise to Denial of Service (DoS) threats: if the network cannot efficiently check the credibility of a QoS request during a handover process, malicious entities could flood the network with bogus QoS requests; if the authentication check is performed by means of an(More)
Quality of Service (QoS) mechanisms in networks supporting mobile Internet communications give rise to new threats: these mechanisms could be abused by malicious entities launching so-called Denial of Service (DoS) attacks. If the network can not efficiently check the credibility of a QoS-request during a handover process, malicious entities could flood the(More)
Force (IETF). PMIPv6 is a protocol that uses the same concepts as used in Mobile IPv6 (MIPv6), but modified to operate in the network part only instead of involving the Mobile Node (MN) as well. PMPv6 is claimed to posses a number of advantages over the host based mobility management protocols in use today, above all MIPv6. The main advantage of using(More)