Geolocalization of proxied services and its application to fast-flux hidden servers

@inproceedings{Castelluccia2009GeolocalizationOP,
  title={Geolocalization of proxied services and its application to fast-flux hidden servers},
  author={Claude Castelluccia and Mohamed Ali K{\^a}afar and Pere Manils and Daniele Perito},
  booktitle={Internet Measurement Conference},
  year={2009}
}
Fast-flux is a redirection technique used by cyber-criminals to hide the actual location of malicious servers. Its purpose is to evade identification and prevent or, at least delay, the shutdown of these illegal servers by law enforcement. This paper proposes a framework to geolocalize fast-flux servers, that is, to determine the physical location of the fast-flux networks roots (mothership servers) based on network measurements. We performed an extensive set of measurements on PlanetLab in… CONTINUE READING
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