Artikel : Taksonomi Mekanisme Pertahanan DDoS (Pengantar)

Taksonomi Mekanisme Pertahanan DDoS

Klasifikasi berdasarkan Level Aktifitas

  1. Mekanisme Preventif
  2. Mekanisme Reaktif

Mekanisme Preventif dapat dibagi menjadi :

  1. Mekanisme Pencegahan Serangan
  2. Mekanisme Pencegahan DoS

Mekanisme Pencegahan Serangan dapat dibagi menjadi :

  • Klasifikasi Pengamanan Target
  1. Mekanisme Keamanan Sistem
  2. Mekanisme Keamanan Protokol

Mekanisme Pencegahan DoS dapat dibagi menjadi :

  • Klasifikasi Metode Pencegahan
  1. Mekanisme Akunting Sumber Daya
  2. Mekanisme Penggandaan Sumber Daya

Mekanisme Reaktif dapat dibagi menjadi :

  • Klasifikasi Berdasarkan Strategi Deteksi
  1. Mekanisme dengan Deteksi Pola Serangan
  2. Mekanisme dengan Deteksi Anomali Serangan
  3. Mekanisme dengan Deteksi Hybrid Serangan
  4. Mekanisme dengan Deteksi Serangan Pihak Ketiga
  • Klasifikasi berdasarkan Strategi Respon
  1. Mekanisme Deteksi Agen
  2. Mekanisme Pembatasan Rate
  3. Mekanisme Filtering
  4. Mekanisme Rekonfigurasi
  • Klasifikasi berdasarkan Tingkat Kerjasama
  1. Mekanisme Otonomi
  2. Mekanisme Kooperatif
  3. Mekanisme Saling Keterkaitan

Klasifikasi lain adalah berdasarkan  Lokasi Penyebaran

  1. Mekanisme Jaringan Korban
  2. Mekanisme Jaringan Perantara
  3. Mekanisme Jaringan Sumber

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