IoT Security: Simulation and Analysis of TCP SYN Flooded DDOS Attack using WireShark

  • Yee Mon Thant UCSY
Keywords: Internet of Things (IoT); Network Forensics; IoT Forensics; Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS); SYN Flood attack.

Abstract

Nowadays Internet of Things (IoTs) technology is significantly entering our daily lives because IoT have widely scope such as security systems, smart industrial environment, vehicles, electronic appliances, wearable devices, healthcare etc. Since these devices are interconnected with each other on the internet to give the various types of services to consumers with various technologies. The emergence of new technology in various fields it also brings up challenges in the area of the forensic investigation. The latest tools and the procedure stream did won't satisfy disseminated and current IoT infrastructure. In recent year, the huge improvement of DDoS assault in IoT network, IoT security has directly gotten to be one of the first concerned points inside the field of network security. SYN flood assault misuses the TCP’ three way handshake handle and all victim's assets are depleted and assist connection requests cannot be considered, so this can be denying the legitimate gets to. The outcomes produced are utilized as evidences to demonstrate that a machine is victimized and is confronting a DDOS attack. In this paper, we have done network analysis for detecting SYN flooded attack on IoT Smart Environment using WireShark.

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Published
2020-06-30
How to Cite
Thant, Y. M. (2020). IoT Security: Simulation and Analysis of TCP SYN Flooded DDOS Attack using WireShark. Transactions on Networks and Communications, 8(3), 16-25. https://doi.org/10.14738/tnc.83.8389