Multi-core Defense System (MSDS) for protecting computer infrastructure against DDoS attacks
Chonka, Ashley, Chong, Soon-Keow, Zhou, Wanlei and Xiang, Yang 2008, Multi-core Defense System (MSDS) for protecting computer infrastructure against DDoS attacks, in PDCAT 2008 : Ninth International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing, Applications and Technologies, IEEE, Piscataway, N.J., pp. 503-508.
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Distributed Denial of Service attacks is one of the most challenging areas to deal with in Security. Not only do security managers have to deal with flood and vulnerability attacks. They also have to consider whether they are from legitimate or malicious attackers. In our previous work we developed a framework called bodyguard, which is to help security software developers from the current serialized paradigm, to a multi-core paradigm. In this paper, we update our research work by moving our bodyguard paradigm, into our new Ubiquitous Multi-Core Framework. From this shift, we show a marked improvement from our previous result of 20% to 110% speedup performance with an average cost of 1.5 ms. We also conducted a second series of experiments, which we trained up Neural Network, and tested it against actual DDoS attack traffic. From these experiments, we were able to achieve an average of 93.36%, of this attack traffic.
Field of Research
100605 Performance Evaluation; Testing and Simulation of Reliability
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