A Trivial Scheme for Detecting and Preventing Fake IP Access of Network Server Using IPHP Filter

Denial of Service (DoS) attacks presents a serious problem for internet communications. The problem is annoyed when the attacker spoof their IP addresses. A DoS attack floods the link of the victim network with a large amount of packets leading to a high rate of packet drops for legitimate users. In general DoS attacks are not exposed, but the threat is common. The protection against IP spoofing is a dominant and many approaches that could mitigate DoS attacks. Since the destination-based forwarding paradigm of the Internet Protocol, IP address spoofing is both simple and very effective in evading detection. The straightforward method of installing simple filters without proper validation at border routers is rendered inefficient by IP spoofing.

Provided by: EuroJournals Topic: Security Date Added: May 2011 Format: PDF

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