Distributed Denial Of Service (DDOS) Attack Detection On Zigbee Protocol Using Naive Bayes Algoritm

International Journal of artificial intelligence research

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Title Distributed Denial Of Service (DDOS) Attack Detection On Zigbee Protocol Using Naive Bayes Algoritm
 
Creator Masud, Ibnu
Kusrini, Kusrini
Prasetio, Agung Budi
 
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Description Distributed Denial of Service or better known as DDoS is an attempted attack from several computer systems that target a server so that the amount of traffic becomes too high so that the server cannot handle the request. DDoS is usually done by using several computer systems that are used as sources of attacks. So they attack one server through several computers so that the amount of traffic can also be higher. A DDoS attack is like a traffic jam that prevents a driver from reaching their desired destination on time. According to data, 33% of businesses in the world have fallen victim to DDoS attacks. DDoS is hard to trace. Some types of DDoS attacks can be very powerful and even reach speeds of 1.35 Tbps. Additionally, DDoS attacks can cause losses of $ 40,000 per hour if they occur. ZigBee is a standard from IEEE 802.15.4 for data communication on personal consumer devices as well as for business scale. ZigBee is designed with low power consumption and works for low level personal networks. ZigBee devices are commonly used to control another device or as a wireless sensor. ZigBee has a feature which is able to manage its own network, or manage data exchange on the network [1]. Another advantage of ZigBee is that it requires low power, so it can be used as a wireless control device which only needs to be installed once, because only one battery can make ZigBee last up to a year. In addition, ZigBee also has a "mesh" network topology so that it can form a wider network and more reliable data. In the previous research of Muhammad Aziz, Rusydi Umar, Faizin Ridho (2019) based on the results of the analysis carried out that the attack information that has been detected by the IDS based on signatures needs to be reviewed for accuracy using classification with statistical calculations. Based on the analysis and testing carried out with the artificial neural network method, it was found that the accuracy was 95.2381%. The neural network method can be applied in the field of network forensics in determining accurate results and helping to strengthen evidence at trial. The Naïve Bayes model performed relatively poor overall and produced the lowest accuracy score of this study (45%) when trained with the CICDDoS2019 dataset [47]. For the same model, precision was 66% and recall was 54%, meaning that almost half the time, the model misses to identify threats. 
 
Publisher STMIK Dharma Wacana
 
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Date 2021-07-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Identifier http://ijair.id/index.php/ijair/article/view/214
10.29099/ijair.v5i2.214
 
Source International Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research; Vol 5, No 2 (2021): December
2579-7298
10.29099/ijair.v5i2
 
Language en
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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