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IP Spoofing Attack Detection using Route Based Information

@inproceedings{Rana2012IPSA,
  title={IP Spoofing Attack Detection using Route Based Information},
  author={Sneha S. Rana and Tularam M. Bansod},
  year={2012}
}
IP spoofing is almost always used in one of the most difficult attack to defend against – Denial of Service (DoS) attack. DOS attack is evolving due to proliferation of diverse network application. Researchers have performed studies on online/offline network devices such as routers and IDS/IPS. While, the task of deep packet inspection is powerfully handled by IDS/IPS, the real time processing requirement is best suited for routers. The IP packet header information is efficiently handled by… 

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