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Analyzing Interaction Between Distributed Denial of Service Attacks And Mitigation Technologies

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Analyzing Interaction Between Distributed Denial of Service Attacks And Mitigation Technologies
Under sponsorship of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Fault Tolerant Networks (FTN) program, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL) has been conducting the Distributed Denial of Service Defense Attack Tradeoff Analysis (DDOS-DATA). DDOS-DATA’s goal is to analyze Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attacks and mitigation technologies to develop an understanding of how well mitigation technologies perform and how they can be combined to limit the potential attack space. This paper provides an overview of the DDOS-DATA project and discusses analysis results for the Proof of Work, Rate Limiting, and Active Monitor mitigation technologies considered both individually and when deployed in combinations.
W. J. Blackert, D. M. Gregg, A. K. Castner, E. M.
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Year 2003
Where DISCEX
Authors W. J. Blackert, D. M. Gregg, A. K. Castner, E. M. Kyle, R. L. Hom, R. M. Jokerst
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