DDoS Attack Defense against Source IP Address Spoofing Attacks

@inproceedings{Pimpalkar2015DDoSAD,
  title={DDoS Attack Defense against Source IP Address Spoofing Attacks},
  author={Archana S. Pimpalkar and P. B. Patil},
  year={2015}
}
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks is the most challenging problems for network security. The attacker uses large number of compromised hosts to launch attack on victim. Various DDoS defense mechanisms aim at detecting and preventing the attack traffic. Source IP address spoofing is one of the most common ways of launching Distributed Denial of Service attacks. In these types of attacks, attack packet’s true origin is difficult to identify. Thus, it is very challenging to detect… CONTINUE READING

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