Danger Theory Based Risk Evaluation Model for Smurf Attacks

@article{Sun2011DangerTB,
  title={Danger Theory Based Risk Evaluation Model for Smurf Attacks},
  author={Feixian Sun},
  journal={Key Engineering Materials},
  year={2011},
  volume={467-469},
  pages={515 - 521}
}
  • Feixian Sun
  • Published 1 February 2011
  • Computer Science
  • Key Engineering Materials
Smurf attack belongs to popular Denial-of-Service (DoS) attack, and they can cause devastating impact on computer systems. Inspired by the principles of immune danger theory, a novel risk evaluation model, referred to as DTRESA, for smurf attacks is proposed in this paper. Within the presented model, dangerous smurf attacks are compared to bacterium (or virus) of the immune danger theory, which induce danger signal by simulating cellular distress or cell unnatural death; through immune… 

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