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Ömer Koyuncu, "Untersuchung von Denial-of-Service-Attacken," Bachelor Thesis, Wilhelm-Schickard-Institute for Computer Science, University of Tübingen, November 2005. (Advisors: Gerhard Münz and Falko Dressler)


Die Distributed-Denial-of-Service-Attacken (DDoS) haben mit dem Trinoo-Tool, das im Jahre 1999 dokumentiert wurde, ihre Entwicklung gestartet. Angriffe die einzelne Endsystem oder ganze Teilnetze des Internets lahm legen. Die Tools wurden davon immer weiter entwickelt, die Funktionen erweitert und die Wirkung erhöht. Die bekanntesten der DDoS-Attacken wurden in einem abgeschlossenen Versuchsnetz in Betrieb genommen, untersucht wie sie funktionieren, welche Angriffe sie unterstützen und wie Kommunikation zwischen den Teilprogrammen hergestellt wird. Die Ergebnisse wurden aufgelistet und miteinander verglichen. Die Tools arbeiteten in einfacher Weise und waren effektiv so gleich. Aus den gewonnen Wissen über die Tools wurden Gegenmaßnehmen und Präventionen aufgelistet und bewertet.

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    author = {Koyuncu, {\"{O}}mer},
    title = {{Untersuchung von Denial-of-Service-Attacken}},
    advisor = {M{\"{u}}nz, Gerhard and Dressler, Falko},
    institution = {Wilhelm-Schickard-Institute for Computer Science},
    location = {T{\"{u}}bingen, Germany},
    month = {11},
    school = {University of T{\"{u}}bingen},
    type = {Bachelor Thesis},
    year = {2005},

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