<p>332</p><p>Int'l Conf. Security and Management | SAM'13 |</p><p>FAPA: A Model to Prevent Flooding Attacks in Clouds</p><p>Kazi Zunnurhain and Susan V. Vrbsky</p><p>Department of Computer Science</p><p>The University of Alabama</p><p>Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0290</p><p>firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com</p><p>Abstract- Several schemes and a variety of intrusion detection systems are available in the market for DoS or flooding attacks. In this paper, we propose a model for the prevention of DoS attacks for clouds called FAPA</p><p>(Flooding Attack Prevention Architecture). Based on the characteristics of attacks, our FAPA model uses a</p><p>Learning Phase, Validation checking and Compatibility checking through its hypervisor to prevent flooding attacks. The central idea is to extract an extensive set of traffic behavior, which will describe the usual traffic flow for each session initiated by legitimate customers.</p><p>Compatibility checking of the traffic from different customer sessions and associative rules will be used to find abnormalities. From those abnormalities, the system will automatically be aware of any phenomenon and precautions can be taken. Lastly, we show how our</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/781958-security-and-management">See more</a>
<p>In this chapter we chart Winnicott's thinking at the first level mentioned in the introduction. First, we outline the central subject of this study, which is Winnicott's thinking, giving concepts and then processes, briefly situating it within the thinking of Freud and Klein. We then survey its unfolding trajectory according to Winnicott's “fact of dependence” in a brief chronology of Winnicott's professional life which recognises the reliance of its maturational process on a facilitating environment. Here we also validate those characteristics of his thinking already hypothesised elsewhere and listed in Appendix A (Guntrip, 1975; Kahr, 1996; Spelman, 2001). Next, in further preparation for the exploration of Winnicott's thinking in subsequent generations, we consider the results of an analysis of the content of Winnicott's thinking. In this analysis are the portrayal of individual concepts and the cluster concepts which suggest themselves as Winnicott's perennial themes.</p><p>
<i>The parameters of Winnicott's thinking</i>
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