• Journal of Internet Computing and Services
    ISSN 2287 - 1136(Online) / ISSN 1598 - 0170 (Print)
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Pushback based Advanced ICMP Traceback Mechanism Against DDoS Attack


Lee Hyung-Woo, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 85-98, Feb. 2004
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Keywords: DDoS, Traceback, ICMP, ACC, Pushback

Abstract

Distributed Denial-of-Service(DDoS) attack prevent users from accessing services on the target network by spoofing its origin source address with a large volume of traffic. The objective of IP Traceback is to determine the real attack sources, as well as the full path taken by the attack packets. Existing IP Traceback methods can be categorized as proactive or reactive tracing. Proactive tracing(such as packet marking and messaging) prepares information for tracing when packets are in transit. Reactive tracing starts tracing after an attack is detected. In this paper, we propose a "advanced ICMP Traceback" mechanism. which is based on the modified push back system. Proposed mechanism can detect and control DDoS traffic on router and can generate ICMP Traceback message for reconstructing origin attack source.ck source.


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Cite this article
[APA Style]
Lee Hyung-Woo (2004). Pushback based Advanced ICMP Traceback Mechanism Against DDoS Attack. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 5(1), 85-98.

[IEEE Style]
L. Hyung-Woo, "Pushback based Advanced ICMP Traceback Mechanism Against DDoS Attack," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 85-98, 2004.

[ACM Style]
Lee Hyung-Woo. 2004. Pushback based Advanced ICMP Traceback Mechanism Against DDoS Attack. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 5, 1, (2004), 85-98.