RTNSS: a routing trace-based network security system for preventing ARP spoofing attacks

  title={RTNSS: a routing trace-based network security system for preventing ARP spoofing attacks},
  author={Daesung Moon and Jae Dong Lee and Y. S. Jeong and Jong Hyuk Park},
  journal={The Journal of Supercomputing},
The motion of address resolution protocol (ARP) is done without any problem in a general environment, but it is not considered from the security aspect; therefore, it risks being threatened by an attack from the network called ARP spoofing or ARP poisoning. The attacker can approach the transmission data between hosts by disguising itself as a different host through an ARP spoofing attack and can isolate the host as the target of an attack from the network. In this paper, we propose a routing… 
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