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Defending Wireless Infrastructure Against the Challenge of DDoS Attacks

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Defending Wireless Infrastructure Against the Challenge of DDoS Attacks
This paper addresses possible Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks toward the wireless Internet including the Wireless Extended Internet, the Wireless Portal Network, and the Wireless Ad Hoc network. We propose a conceptual model for defending against DDoS attacks on the wireless Internet, which incorporates both cooperative technological solutions and economic incentive mechanisms built on usage-based fees. Cost-effectiveness is also addressed through an illustrative implementation scheme using Policy Based Networking (PBN). By investigating both technological and economic difficulties in defense of DDoS attacks which have plagued the wired Internet, our aim here is to foster further development of wireless Internet infrastructure as a more secure and efficient platform for mobile commerce.
Xianjun Geng, Yun Huang, Andrew B. Whinston
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where MONET
Authors Xianjun Geng, Yun Huang, Andrew B. Whinston
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