Portcullis: protecting connection setup from denial-of-capability attacks

@inproceedings{Parno2007PortcullisPC,
  title={Portcullis: protecting connection setup from denial-of-capability attacks},
  author={Bryan Parno and Dan Wendlandt and Elaine Shi and Adrian Perrig and Bruce M. Maggs and Yih-Chun Hu},
  booktitle={SIGCOMM},
  year={2007}
}
Systems using capabilities to provide preferential service to selected flows have been proposed as a defense against large-scale network denial-of-service attacks. While these systems offer strong protection for established network flows, the Denial-of-Capability (DoC) attack, which prevents new capability-setup packets from reaching the destination, limits the value of these systems. Portcullis mitigates DoC attacks by allocating scarce link bandwidth for connection establishment packets… CONTINUE READING
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