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Volume & Issue no: Volume 6, Issue 2, March - April 2017

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Title:
Fortified HoneyWall: Virtual Honeypots to Detect and Prevent Distributed Denial of Services Attack
Author Name:
Sonal Sinha
Abstract:
Abstract Nowadays, internet and web services have become inseparable parts of our lives. Thus major thrust is on continuous and efficient delivery of internet services as the success of any organization is based on it. These services are often intermittent as there are numerous security threats which affect them. Thus management of optimal protection is a major concern for organizations. One such major attack on the services is Distributed Denial of Services Attack (DDoS) which results in temporary slowdown in services and could escalate to complete non-availability of the service. Fortified HoneyWalls are firewalls which are embedded with multiple virtual honeypots. These honeypots are interconnected to form a mesh and have backup honeypots for fault tolerance. Also virtual honeypots are installed at production servers as daemon processes. These honeypots allure attackers to interact with them giving an illusion of an actual system. These can detect, deflect and prevent malicious accesses and attacks to ensure continuous delivery of requisite services. This paper gives an insight into DDoS, various prevention mechanisms for DDoS, Honeypots and their deployment for prevention of Denial of Services attacks. Keywords—Distributed Denial of Service, attack source, victim server, firewall, honeypot, virtual machines, honey daemons, challenge response, virtual network, fortified HoneyWall, Honeymesh.
Cite this article:
Sonal Sinha , " Fortified HoneyWall: Virtual Honeypots to Detect and Prevent Distributed Denial of Services Attack" , International Journal of Emerging Trends & Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS) , Volume 6, Issue 2, March - April 2017 , pp. 051-054 , ISSN 2278-6856.
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