[dtn-security] Issues on Denial of Service in DTN

godwin ansa <godwin_unique@yahoo.com> Wed, 05 November 2008 00:26 UTC

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Hi everyone,
 
I am very new to the DTN-Security forum and my research is on Denial of Service attacks in Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networks. I will be glad to hear from any member of the forum on how DOS issues are approached in DTN. Any advice, suggestions and contributions will be highly appreciated.
 
thank you in anticipation.
 
Godwin Ansa