Network Intrusion Tracking for DoS Attacks

Network Intrusion Tracking for DoS Attacks

Mahbubur R. Syed (Minnesota State University, USA), Mohammad M. Nur (Minnesota State University, USA) and Robert J. Bignall (Monash University, Australia)
Copyright: © 2005 |Pages: 8
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-561-0.ch106
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Abstract

In recent years the Internet has become the most popular and useful medium for information interchange due to its wide availability, flexibility, universal standards, and distributed architecture. As an outcome of increased dependency on the Internet and networked systems, intrusions have become a major threat to Internet users. Network intrusions may be categorized into the following major types: • Stealing valuable and sensitive information • Destroying or altering information • Obstructing the availability of information by destroying the service-providing ability of a victim’s server

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