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Marking Technique to Isolate Boundary Router and Attacker

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A new method for identifying denial-of-service attacks uses the attacker's media access control address for identification and traceback. The technique pinpoints the boundary router the attacker is connected to, allows identification after the attack, and imposes minimal extra load on the network

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Computer  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 2 )