Pengembangan Perangkat Lunak Untuk Deteksi DDoS Berbasis Neural Network
System security issues are a vital factor that needs to be considered in the operation of systems and networks, which will later be used for disaster mitigation and preventing attacks on the network. Distributed Denial of Services (DDoS) is a form of attack carried out by individuals or groups to damage data through servers or malware in the form of flooding packets, therefore it can paralyze the network system used. Network security is a factor that must be maintained and considered in an information system. DDoS can take the form of Ping of Death, flood, Remote control attack, User Data Protocol (UDP) flood, and Smurf Attack. This study aims to develop software to detect DDoS attacks based on network traffic logs. The software has been tested and run according to the neural network algorithm. This software was developed with an interface that makes it easier for users to detect the source IP whether the IP is carrying out a DDoS attack or normal.
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