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Modeling DDoS Attacks with IP Spoofing and Hop-Count Defense Measure Using OPNET Modeler

  title={Modeling DDoS Attacks with IP Spoofing and Hop-Count Defense Measure Using OPNET Modeler},
  author={Shahid Akhter and J. Myers and Chris Bowen and Stephen Ferzetti and P. Belko and Vasil Hnatyshin},
  • Shahid Akhter, J. Myers, +3 authors Vasil Hnatyshin
  • Published 2013
  • Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks continue to plague today's Internet. The variety and ingenuity of such attacks requires network security analysts to perpetually develop more robust forms of attack identification and prevention. UDP flood is one of the simplest to deploy DDoS attacks. It is based on the idea of overwhelming the receiver with a huge amount of traffic causing congestion and preventing legitimate services. Such attacks are often launched together with IP spoofing which… CONTINUE READING
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