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Title: Testing resilience of router against denial of service attacks
Authors: Karande, V.M.
Narayanan, S.N.
Pais, A.R.
Balakrishnan, N.
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Communications in Computer and Information Science, 2011, Vol.197 CCIS, , pp.107-116
Abstract: Provisioning data security and integrity in an IP network requires a detailed understanding of both the architecture and the performance of devices that are used within the network. A router interconnects two or more computer networks, and it becomes most common target for attackers to carry out Denial of Service Attacks. Thus it is necessary to study the effect of resource exhaustion attack on router with respect to its performance and security. In this paper, the proposed framework provides an effective method to evaluate router performance and its resilience against denial of service attacks. The feasibility of the framework has been demonstrated by carrying out different resource exhaustion attacks on device under test (DUT) i.e. router, and the resilience against the attacks is measured using a defined set of performance metrics. � 2011 Springer-Verlag.
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