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The Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are posing a grave threat to network security. Servers of several institutions have been the victims of such contemporary type of attacks. In a short time, these attacks from the multiple bots controlled by the attacker (hacker) can easily drain the computing and communication resources of the victim through creating heavy traffic on the particular user stream. As the attacker uses the counterfeit IP address which makes detecting the attacker is harder. Thus we require an intelligent intrusion detection system (IDS) for DDoS attacks to protect the network services. The preciously many of the theories has be presented which are not provided a optimum solution to the DDoS attacks posed by the hackers to the clients. The DPM flaws the different bots occupied with handling the casualties IP address in this technique to defeat network assaults, and once the DDoS assault is confirmed, the casualty acquires a piece of clear data about the DDoS assault and the aggressor on to his IP address by marks refining. Regarding overseeing network assaults and giving client network insurance, Deterministic Packet Marketing (DPM) is fit for giving a preferred outcome over different methodologies. The expansion in proficiency to the accessible DPM strategies is an undeniably more favorable capacity worked in this paper.
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