Abstract: In networked systems, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) assaults have proliferated. The extent of the problem is best indicated by the enormous number of variations in both the types of DDoS assaults and their mitigating techniques. This article will analyse current DDoS assaults and the accompanying mitigation strategies. To show the degree of application and effectiveness of the solution techniques, the study tries to highlight the strengths and shortcomings of the existing defences. To accomplish these goals, the study makes the assumption that DDoS attacks may be compared based on similar qualities, which in turn helps to compare defence strategies.

There is a developing issue with distributed denial-of-service (DDoS). It's astonishing how many and how different the defense strategies are from the attackers. Researchers will have a better knowledge of the issue and the available solution space thanks to the paper's presentation of two taxonomies for categorizing attacks and defenses.

The selection of the attack classification criteria was made to draw attention to commonalities and significant characteristics of attack techniques that define problems and guide the development of defenses. The defense taxonomy organizes the corpus of existing DDoS defenses into categories according to design choices, and it then illustrates how these choices determine the benefits and drawbacks of suggested solutions.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.12622

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