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DynaBone: Dynamic Defense Using Multi-layer Internet Overlays

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DynaBone: Dynamic Defense Using Multi-layer Internet Overlays
1 Typically, individual DDOS solutions trade service level for security, resulting in overall decreased service performance. Further, each single DDOS solution presents a target for subsequent attacks; the more successful or pervasive the solution or system, the more potential targets it presents, and the higher the payoff to the attacker. Clearly: DynaBone provides a dynamic defense against distributed denial-of-service attacks among private groups of networked systems. It uses multi-layer Internet overlays to apply encryption, routing, and configuration diversity, providing multiple alternate networks over which traffic is automatically routed. The DynaBone software has been implemented and demonstrated to utilize as many as 50 concurrent interior networks, while providing a single network view to the end systems and applications. Distributed attacks necessitate distributed defenses A common example of distributed defense is layered security, where a combination of ‘locks’ togeth...
Joseph D. Touch, Gregory G. Finn, Yu-Shun Wang, La
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where DISCEX
Authors Joseph D. Touch, Gregory G. Finn, Yu-Shun Wang, Lars Eggert
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