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[In this chapter, we firstly review the short history of denial of service (DoS) and distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. We further explore the reasons why the current cyberspace is a heaven for cyber criminals, such as DDoS attackers. We present the challenges of the DDoS related...
[In this chapter, we explore botnet, the engine of DDoS attacks, in cyberspace. We focus on two recent techniques that hackers are using to sustain their malicious networks, fast fluxing and domain fluxing. We present the mechanisms of these two techniques and also survey the detection and...
[In this chapter, we study on detection methods on DDoS attacks, which covers feature based detection methods, network traffic based detection methods, and detections against legitimate network event mimicking attacks. Each detection method is mathematically modelled for readers for possible...
[In this chapter, we investigate the attack source traceback in DDoS defence. We summarize the three major traceback methods to date: probabilistic packet marking, deterministic packet marking and network traffic based traceback methods. We formulate each traceback method, and present analysis...
[In this chapter, we explore DDoS attack and defence in the incoming dominant cloud computing platform. We firstly answer the question whether we can beat DDoS attacks in cloud with its current attack capability or not, and the cost for countering the attacks. We also discuss a possible...
[We summarize the book and discuss the possible future work.]
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