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Research on the Key Techniques of TCP Protocol Normalization for Mimic Defense Architecture

Mingxing Zhu, Yansong Wang, Ruyun Zhang, Tianning Zhang, Heyuan Li, Hanguang Luo, Shunbin Li*

Zhejiang Lab, Hangzhou, 310012, China

* Corresponding Author:Shunbin Li. Email:

Journal on Internet of Things 2021, 3(3), 99-107.


The Mimic Defense (MD) is an endogenous security technology with the core technique of Dynamic Heterogeneous Redundancy (DHR) architecture. It can effectively resist unknown vulnerabilities, backdoors, and other security threats by schedule strategy, negative feedback control, and other mechanisms. To solve the problem that Cyber Mimic Defense devices difficulty of supporting the TCP protocol. This paper proposes a TCP protocol normalization scheme for DHR architecture. Theoretical analysis and experimental results show that this scheme can realize the support of DHR-based network devices to TCP protocol without affecting the security of mimicry defense architecture.


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M. Zhu, Y. Wang, R. Zhang, T. Zhang, H. Li et al., "Research on the Key Techniques of TCP Protocol Normalization for Mimic Defense Architecture," Journal on Internet of Things, vol. 3, no.3, pp. 99–107, 2021.

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