DDoS Attacks: Tools, Mitigation Approaches, and Probable Impact on Private Cloud Environment

@article{Deka2017DDoSAT,
  title={DDoS Attacks: Tools, Mitigation Approaches, and Probable Impact on Private Cloud Environment},
  author={Rup Kumar Deka and Dhruba Kumar Bhattacharyya and Jugal Kumar Kalita},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1710.08628}
}
The future of the Internet is predicted to be on the cloud, resulting in more complex and more intensive computing, but possibly also a more insecure digital world. The presence of a large amount of resources organized densely is a key factor in attracting DDoS attacks. Such attacks are arguably more dangerous in private individual clouds with limited resources. This paper discusses several prominent approaches introduced to counter DDoS attacks in private clouds. We also discuss issues and… CONTINUE READING
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