Novel hybrid schemes employing packet marking and logging for IP traceback

@article{AlDuwairi2006NovelHS,
  title={Novel hybrid schemes employing packet marking and logging for IP traceback},
  author={Basheer Al-Duwairi and G. Manimaran},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems},
  year={2006},
  volume={17},
  pages={403-418}
}
Tracing DoS attacks that employ source address spoofing is an important and challenging problem. Traditional traceback schemes provide spoofed packets traceback capability either by augmenting the packets with partial path information (i.e., packet marking) or by storing packet digests or signatures at intermediate routers (i.e., packet logging). Such approaches require either a large number of attack packets to be collected by the victim to infer the paths (packet marking) or a significant… CONTINUE READING
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