ddos ieee paper 2019



Distributed denial-of-service attacks target websites and online services. The aim is to overwhelm them with more traffic than the server or network can accommodate. The goal is to render the website or service inoperable.

On the Feasibility of Rerouting-based DDoS Defenses
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Large botnet-based flooding attacks have recently demonstrated unprecedented damage. However, the best-known end-to-end availability guarantees against flooding attacks require costly global-scale coordination among autonomous systems (ASes). A recent proposal

Impact of Successful DDoS Attacks on a Major Crypto-currency Exchange
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Distributed Denial of Service ( DDoS ) attacks provide an easy option for these criminals to disrupt the business of these online platforms. We analyse the economic impact of DDoS attacks on a crypto-currency exchange using event analysis. Our contributions are fourfold

Critical Analysis of various techniques of DDOS attack and formation to efficient techniques
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Cloud computing data centers have become one of the most important infrastructures in the big-data era. When considering the security of data centers, distributed denial of service ( DDoS ) attacks are one of the most serious problems. This paper focused on five different

An Experiment with DDoS Attack on NodeMCU12e Devices for IoT with T50 Kali Linux
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This paper presents the results of an experiment with the Kali Linux

pplication uses the operating system frequently and the operating system services use data structures shared and modified by multiple processing cores. If the application does not

Operating System Support for Virtual Machines.
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A virtual-machine monitor (VMM) is a useful technique for adding functionality below existing operating system and application software. One class of VMMs (called Type II VMMs) builds on the abstractions provided by a host operating system

The Apertos reflective operating system : The concept and its implementation
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This paper proposes a framework for constructing an operating system in an open and mobile computing environment. The framework provides object/metaobject separation and metahierarchy. In the framework, we view object migration as a basic mechanism to

and T50 tool to simulate Distributed Denial of Service ( DDoS ) attacks on the NodeMCU12e controller device used in Internet of Things (IoT) projects. The motivation for the





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