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This load is specified in the tester by a load profile. Edited by msjtvm. The test results serve as a feedback The control terminal is used to configure both the tester and that shows the need to protect a network against these types the filter, and to display results and characteristics obtained of attacks. We created five scenarios, which were aimed at the Fig. Srivastava, B. Van Nostrand Reinhold Co.
The amounts of messages opposite to flooding attacks. The work  shows the possibility of using artificial intelligence purpose is to get the targeted device to the non-functional such as neural networks and genetic algorithms to detect state. The best known types are described below. At first, this artificial intelligence The Ping of death — an attacker sends a ping message learns how normal network traffic seems and then it tries to with the data size higher than 65 b, which is maximum detect differences between them.
The system running on targeted detection technique based on a decomposition of time series. This may cause buffer Work  uses covariance analysis model for SYN flooding overflow error and system may crash.
The disadvantage of these detection methods is often The Teardrop attack — an attacker sends two or more a larger number of false alarms. On the other hand, these packet fragments with incorrect setting of offset. Fragments methods are able to recognize new types of attacks. It often causes system crash. At first, it is a DDoS prevention. The attack victim. The packet has got spoofed source IP address and detection is the next part.
The of the attack and classifies malicious packets in the network victim tries to establish a connection to itself, which may traffic. The next part is a reaction that is designed to stop cause its downfall. The recent versions of software systems elim- of Service QoS.
All these actions must not influence regular inate many errors and weaknesses. However, it is necessary to traffic.
The proposal of a complex security solution that periodically update these systems with actual security patches is suitable for a defense against all known and unknown to protect them against existing logical attacks. DDoS attacks is very difficult. This early Detection System or IPS Intrusion prevention System which detection alerts the administrator of the targeted node, which are capable of DDoS attack detection and providing the de- can reduce the consequences of the attack to a minimum.
It is also important to clients and servers on layers L4 — L7. The stress tester offers establish emergency scenarios in case of a DDoS attack. The 15 types of DDoS attacks. A software component Attack basic methods and techniques which can partially eliminate Designer allows us to build own attacks.
As a tested device, DDoS threats are described in the following sections. This device is able to detect A. Network infrastructure security and filter DDoS attacks up to 12 Gbps in real time. The filter supports technologies 10 Gb and Gb Ethernet. The device A secure network infrastructure should consist of network has one management port, which is used for getting reports. The main purpose APSolute Vision, web interface and a console interface can be of honeypots is to create a fake weakness in the infrastructure.
DefensePro provides the following security protection: This honeypots could be potentially attacked and it detects Network-wide protection — includes the following: Redundant lines and servers can mitigate DDoS attacks against self-propagating worms, horizontal and vertical and ensure access for authorized users. The SYN B. However, sented in . Transactions and request packets from legiti- the configuration of the SYN protection as a network mate users are shifted to the backup link.
If the IP addresses are detected as suspicious, Server protection — includes the following: This type of defense may con- 1 Connection limit — protection against session-based at- tain two firewalls, which are controlled by one management tacks, such as half open SYN attacks, request attacks system that manages both sheets.
Defense by using offensive methods application-vulnerability scanning, brute-force and dic- In , the authors present a method which reduces the tionary attacks. Due to this fact, Signature-based protection — protection against known the legitimate user receives the response from the server with application vulnerabilities and common malware, such as higher probability.
This defensive technique is only effective worms, trojans, spyware, and DoS. Access Control List — provides stateful access control. The scheme consists of the stress tester Avalanche the results from Radware DefensePro 6. The test results serve as a feedback The control terminal is used to configure both the tester and that shows the need to protect a network against these types the filter, and to display results and characteristics obtained of attacks.
Furthermore, the configuration of the DDoS filter during the test. Two 10 GbE ports of the tester Port12 and its efficiency for network protection are presented here. The first port has been configured to generate the legitimate traffic and, in addition, some types of DDoS attacks. The second port has A. Security testing been configured to emulate the servers of selected protocols. The Radware filter has been connected between against the influence of the DDoS attacks.
The tester enables the ports and configured to filter the DDoS attacks while the comprehensive testing of a network infrastructure based leaving the legitimate traffic without any modification. For on IP protocol. The tester is able to generate real traffic up each scenario, the test has been run with the deactivated filter.
Control Avalanche B Terminal Server: Vision Fig. Block scheme of the security testing testbed. The fifth graph describes the successful transfer in case of an attack, when all attacks are applied together to the regular network traffic. The graphical representation In each created scenario a security test , the stress tester of all scenarios results with the filter enabled is depicted in is used for simulating both communicating parties, users and Fig.
The Port12 is configured to generate the client traffic filter is enabled. The Port13 is used DefensePro 6. The DDoS attack is completely to emulate the servers with respective services on standard mitigated and the network infrastructure is fully functional if ports on the IPv4 network.
In each tested scenarios, a single the filter is enabled. All results were obtained from the Spirent 1 kB file is repeatedly transferred using the FTP protocol from Avalanche device. In first four scenarios, attacks are applied separately and in the fifth scenario they are applied together. In all scenarios, the load profile is specified by the number of users performing defined actions per second during the entire test.
In testing scenarios, each user performs FTP file transfer of size 1 kB and loads a web page. This load is specified in the tester by a load profile.
The Fig. Summary results for the disabled Radware DefensePro filter. II and Tab. III show the numerical values of all tests, with the disabled and enabled filter. The tables contain C. Achieved results the number of total successful, unsuccessful and cancelled The results of the security tests of the Radware DefensePro transactions.
DefensePro detects ical representation of all scenarios results with the filter all four DDoS attacks aimed at the protected network in fifth disabled is depicted in Fig.
In the graphs, the success tested scenario.
This means that DefensePro detects attack. This traffic is released to output without Client any modifications and it corresponds to the load profile of Physical port Port12 the Avalanche tester see Fig. File index. In these days, there are several security solutions against DDoS attacks. A well-established security solution is usually a combination of prevention, good infrastructure with network security devices, backup resources and sophisticated crisis scenarios in the case of a DDoS attack.
In the paper, we described our testing implications of DDoS attacks on the quality of the service, such as FTP and web services.
Furthermore, we tested a DefensePro 6. We created five scenarios, which were aimed at the Fig. Summary results for the enabled Radware DefensePro filter. In case of traffic and traffic represented by DDoS Attacks traversing the fifth scenario, we applied all attacks from the previous through Radware is shown in Fig.
Legitimate traffic is scenarios together. Syn Flood Udp Flood Reset Flood Xmas Flood All Total transactions Successful transactions Unsuccessful transactions 0 0 0 0 0 Canceled transactions 0 0 0 0 0 a protected network with disabled or enabled DDoS protection  R.
Imani-Mehr, M. Amini, and H. Springer, , pp. Furthermore, the device is able to withstand the  H. Liu and M. IEEE, , pp. Jin and D. It is, for example now well understood that in real-time, control data and time form inseparable elements of information. As a result, the needs of very few users of Distributed Computer Control Systems have been fully satisfied, particularly in that, by the time plant data has been acquired, it is so out of date that there is very little it can be used for, except possibly for historical purposes.
Only the shortest or tightest loops can be closed through real-time computer systems. In earlier times the workshop was accused of being too highly theoretical--particularly when discussing issues of real-time data consistency, fault-tolerance, etc. Now t h e work, by for example, Professor Hermann Kopetz of Vienna has at last been recognized as being far ahead of its time and commercial interest has been shown in some of the philosophies that he and other researchers have been investigating.
Much of this work has revolved around the problem of guaranteeing the response time of a computer control system when its components are interconnected via a computer network. Of importance is the distinction between so-called "hard" real-time in which the response has to be guaranteed under all circumstances, including alarm occurrences , and "soft" real-time when a small variation, albeit a degradation of the performance, can be tolerated.
Undoubtedly, many of the problems which have to be faced in this area relate to the complete confusion shown in the use, by the "on-line" computer community, of the term real-time! When considering the text under review, it must be recognized that there are relatively few books in this field, and that any relevant contribution is therefore welcome.
There is certainly an audience who will find this text of value, particularly when entering the field for the first time. Van Nostrand, Scarborough, CA L U K A S operators in the area. Reading the text in detail, one finds a degree of disparity between the overview given on the dust cover and the book's actual contents, which tends to provide rather a classical overview of a selected area of DCCS. After reading the book one is left feeling that the author lacked a clear objective when determining the contents and structureone consistently finds certain philosophical aspects which should clearly be considered at the early stage in the design phase mixed in with the practical implementation details.
It is also strange to find that very little attention has been paid to programmable controllers, or PLCs, as there can be little doubt that these form the major interface which most designers will use at the front end of a DCCS.
Whilst a brief introduction to ladder diagrams has been included, that is virtually the only reference to this important class of computer-based components.
Very few users, in reality, will be faced with the task of selecting a microprocessor--they will more probably be selecting a PLC, basing the choice primarily on its overall characteristics, and possibly more important on its supplier and manufacturer! Broadly, the text looks at the evolution of DCCS, but tends to cut off at a point some years ago. It then moves through the various lower levels of architecture and interface components, considering, for example, the languages used to programme the local control units.
It moves into discussing processes interfacing issues, albeit at a somewhat superficial level. A review of communication facilities follows, concentrating particularly on classical theoretical issues, such as media-access protocols, without really discussing the important aspects of systems currently available.
The final section in the text is a useful, but again superficial, introduction tO operator and engineering interfaces, followed by the review of some of the key issues, including for example, control room environments etc. Whilst these aspects are extremely important, they simply cannot be covered in a mere few pages.
Indeed, a topic such as the power supply requirements for industrial computer systems can warrant a book on its own, as do the areas of environmental and human factors.