IPv6 approach for TCP SYN Flood attack over VoIP, Part I

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In this paper, we describe and analyze a network-based DoS attack for IP-based networks. It is known as SYN flooding. It works by an attacker sending many TCP connection requests with spoofed source addresses to a victim's machine. Each request causes the targeted host to instantiate data structures out of a limited pool of resources to deny further legitimate access.

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IPv6 approach for TCP SYN Flood attack over VoIP, Part III

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When a normal TCP connection starts, a destination host receives a SYN (synchronize/start) packet from a source host and sends back a SYN ACK (synchronize acknowledge). The destination host must then hear an ACK (acknowledge) of the SYN ACK before the connection is established. This is referred to as the "TCP three-way handshake."

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IPv6 approach for TCP SYN Flood attack over VoIP, Part IV

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Service Providers are scrambling to offer voice, video, data, and innovative services, such as gaming, interactive TV, and messaging, on a single pipe. At the same time, network equipment is being upgraded to IPV6. But some Real-Time IPV6 Security overwhelms performance due to the application intelligence, which is the rapid inspection of VoIP signaling SIP, H.323 and audio packets, and the prompt opening and shutting of "pinholes" to allow the passage of valid voice traffic over wireless networks.

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IPv6 approach for TCP SYN Flood attack over VoIP, Part V

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In this paper, we describe and analyze a network-based DoS attack for IP-based networks. It is known as SYN flooding. It works by an attacker sending many TCP connection re¬quests with spoofed source addresses to a victim's machine. Each request causes the targeted host to instantiate data structures out of a limited pool of resources to deny further legitimate access. Part I Part II Part III Part IV

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