A Layer-2 Extension to Hash-Based IP Traceback

@inproceedings{Hazeyama2003ALE,
  title={A Layer-2 Extension to Hash-Based IP Traceback},
  author={Hiroaki Hazeyama and OE Masafumi and Youki Kadobayashi},
  year={2003}
}
Hash-based IP traceback is a technique to generate audit trails for traffic within a network. Using the audit trails, it reconstructs not only the true attack paths of a Distributed Denial of Service attack (DDoS attack), but also the true path of a single packet attack. However, hash-based IP traceback cannot identify attacker nodes themselves because it has no audit trail on the subnet’s layer-2 network under the detected leaf router, which is the nearest node to an attacker node on a layer-3… CONTINUE READING
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