IJMTES – MULTIVARIATE CORRELATION PROCESS FOR DENIAL OF SERVICE ATTACK DETECTION USING DISTANCE AND TIME COUNTER ANALYSIS

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : Deepika S | Gowri V

Volume 02 Issue 08  Year 2015 

ISSN no: 2348-3121  

Page no: 1-2

Abstract The denial of service (DoS) is a critical threat to the Internet, flooding attack is the most popular method taken by hackers. A novel trace back method for DoS attacks that is based on entropy variations between normal and DoS attack traffic, which is fundamentally different from commonly used packet marking techniques. Routers can be configured and managed. Therefore, the routers can cooperate with each other to identify the DoS attacks. The DoS attacks from surge legitimate accessing, and identifying attacks at the early stage, even before the attack packages reach the target server. The different attack flows of one attack essentially share the same attack pattern, which is not possessed by legitimate accessing flows in a short time period. Therefore, once the DoS attack detection algorithms raise the alarm of a potential attack, start to calculate the distance among the different suspicious flows in the community network.

Keywords— Denial-of-service attack, network traffic characterization

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