ip spoofing : a network threat
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21-09-2010, 07:47 AM

sir i need more detailed report on hte seminar and presentation topic"ip spoofing: a network threat" .
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about ip spoofing
http://topicideas.org/how-to-ip-spoofing-seminar and presentation-report
The paper focuses on IP address spoofing and its application. In section one we introduce what is IP address spoofing. Section two is about IP routing mechanism and its problems. The section three is about forms of IP address spoofing and its applications, we concentrate on splitting routing (asymmetric routing), sat dsl, nat and IP masquerading. In section four we talk about some attacks based on IP address spoofing. Section five is about how to stop IP address spoofing. In the last section, we describe the experiment we did, a splitting routing IP spoofing scenario.

http://topicideas.org/how-to-ip-spoofing-seminar and presentation-report

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Types of Network Threats

Most experts classify network security threats in two major categories: logic attacks and resource attacks. Logic attacks are known to exploit existing software bugs and vulnerabilities with the intent of crashing a system. Some use this attack to purposely degrade network performance or grant an intruder access to a system.

One such exploit is the Microsoft PnP MS05-039 overflow vulnerability. This attack involves an intruder exploiting a stack overflow in the Windows PnP (plug and play) service and can be executed on the Windows 2000 system without a valid user account. Another example of this network security threat is the infamous ping of death where an attacker sends ICMP packets to a system that exceeds the maximum capacity. Most of these attacks can be prevented by upgrading vulnerable software or filtering specific packet sequences.

Resource attacks are the second category of network security threats. These types of attacks are intended to overwhelm critical system resources such as CPU and RAM. This is usually done by sending multiple IP packets or forged requests. An attacker can launch a more powerful attack by compromising numerous hosts and installing malicious software. The result of this kind of exploit is often referred to zombies or botnet. The attacker can then launch subsequent attacks from thousands of zombie machines to compromise a single victim. The malicious software normally contains code for sourcing numerous attacks and a standard communications infrastructure to enable remote control. refered by http://spamlaws.com/network-security-threat.html

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