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DDoS attacks prevention in cloud computing through Transport Control protocol TCP using Round-Trip-Time RTT


Thikra S Alibrahim, Saloua Hendaoui


Vol. 22  No. 1  pp. 276-282


One of the most essential foundations upon which big institutions rely in delivering cloud computing and hosting services, as well as other kinds of multiple digital services, is the security of infrastructures for digital and information services throughout the world. Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) assaults are one of the most common types of threats to networks and data centers. Denial of service attacks of all types operates on the premise of flooding the target with a massive volume of requests and data until it reaches a size bigger than the target's energy, at which point it collapses or goes out of service. where it takes advantage of a flaw in the Transport Control Protocol's transmitting and receiving (3-way Handshake) (TCP). The current study's major focus is on an architecture that stops DDoS attacks assaults by producing code for DDoS attacks using a cloud controller and calculating Round-Tripe Time (RTT).


DDoS attack ,Cloud Computing ,TCP protocol , Round-Trip-Time RTT.