Introduction to Monitoring the Application-Layer DDos Attacks for Popular Websites Project:

Monitoring the application layer DDoS attacks for popular websites project is developed using AWT swing as front end and MYEclipse as back end database. Main aim of this project is to reduce distributed denial of services attacks on websites using an access matrix in which Markova model is proposed to describe dynamics of access matrix.

Distributed denial of service is one of the serious issues in internet which causes damage to server and also restricts development of new internet services and loss to websites. These attacks are carried out at network layer and cause issues like ICMP, SYN and UDP flooding. These attacks use large amount of bandwidth and deny services of the attacked system. Other form of DDOS attacks are like using large amount of data by pulling image files form server systems and collapse server.

In proposed model hidden Markova model is proposed for dynamics of access matrix and trace DDOS attacks. In this method we use web traffic data for analyzing for analyzing traffic. Though they are many algorithms are proposed to reduce distributed denial attacks but FAST ICA algorithm is used in this system because of its good performance and fast coverage while calculating parameters.

This application is developed using N-Tire architecture model and 2 –Tire client server model can provide best solution for rapid prototyping. Distributed application design and architecture systems are implemented in N-tire architecture because of security, availability and scalability, manageability, easy maintenance and data abstraction.

Students can download full project documentation, paper presentation, database details, project source code and project abstract, dfd diagrams, data flow diagrams, class diagrams and flow graphs.

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