ICMP Traceback with Cumulative Path, an Efficient Solution for IP Traceback

@inproceedings{Lee2003ICMPTW,
  title={ICMP Traceback with Cumulative Path, an Efficient Solution for IP Traceback},
  author={Henry C. J. Lee and Vrizlynn L. L. Thing and Yi Xu and Miao Ma},
  booktitle={ICICS},
  year={2003}
}
DoS/DDoS attacks constitute one of the major classes of security threats in the Internet today. The attackers usually use IP spoofing to conceal their real location. The current Internet protocols and infrastructure do not provide intrinsic support to traceback the real attack sources. The objective of IP Traceback is to determine the real attack sources, as well as the full path taken by the attack packets. Different traceback methods have been proposed, such as IP logging, IP marking and IETF… CONTINUE READING
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