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, Volume 74, Issue 16, pp 6381–6390 | Cite as

A study on stable web server system using virtualization technology against attacks

  • Hwan-Seok Yang
  • Dong-Hwi Lee
  • Seung-Jae YooEmail author
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Abstract

Computing environment has greatly changed by development of computing technology and distribution of extensive network. But the damage is taken seriously while attack techniques are diverse and attack target also is increasing. Thus, the normal network service should be done coping with these attacks actively. In this study, we propose new technique that can provide collection of attack information using virtualization technology and stable web service. The collection of attack information is done dynamically in honey system and managed by HSC. The continuous service of web server is performed by LBC. The superior performance of proposed method is confirmed through experiment.

Keywords

Virtualization Computer security DoS attack Honeypot 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Information Security EngineeringJoongbu UniversityGeumsan-gunSouth Korea
  2. 2.Department of Industrial SecurityKyonggi UniversitySuwonSouth Korea

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