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Journal of Networks
In recent years, adversaries have been launching distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks aimed at DNS (Domain Name System) servers in various levels, and since the DNS is a most critical fundamental service of the Internet that provides mapping between domain names and IP addresses and a prerequisite for many other services, DDoS attacks successfully causing the unavailability of DNS could bring huge losses. In this paper, we present an easily implemented and practical scheme that candoi:10.4304/jnw.6.2.279-286 fatcat:luat2ijctfg5xkwnez3qju6xou