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In this paper we present tools and methods to integrate attack measurements from the Internet with controlled experimentation on a network testbed. We show that this approach provides greater fidelity than synthetic models. We compare the statistical properties of realworld attacks with synthetically generated constant bit rate attacks on the testbed. Our results indicate that trace replay provides fine timescale details that may be absent in constant bit rate attacks. Additionally, we demonstrate the effectiveness of our approach to study new and emerging attacks. We replay an Internet attack captured by the LANDER system on the DETERLab testbed within two hours.
Data and tools from the paper are available at: http://montage.deterlab.net/magi/hst2013tools
Also read the LANDER Blog entry at: http://ant.isi.edu/blog/?p=411
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