[GTER] [Internet-Drafts em ietf.org: I-D ACTION:draft-zinin-rtg-dos-00.txt]

Rafael R Obelheiro rro em das.ufsc.br
Quinta Fevereiro 27 10:58:01 BRT 2003

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	Title		: Protecting Internet Routing Infrastructure from
                          Outsider CPU Attacks
	Author(s)	: A. Zinin
	Filename	: draft-zinin-rtg-dos-00.txt
	Pages		: 17
	Date		: 2003-2-26
The mechanism described in this document helps to secure an Internet
Service Provider's router infrastructure from outsider attacks,
including (but not limited to) Distributed denial of service (DDoS)
attacks based on CPU and/or queue exhaustion (e.g., TCP SYN flooding
and flooding of invalid MD5-signed routing protocol packets.) The
presented approach is based on explicitly marking control packets
from trusted sources by different link-layer encapsulation and does
not require any modifications to user data exchange protocols, ICMP,
routing protocols or changes to existing hardware in routers, which
allows it to be deployed quickly throughout the Internet.

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