SCIENTIA SINICA Informationis, Volume 49 , Issue 7 : 799-818(2019) https://doi.org/10.1360/N112019-00002

Development status and applied research on mimic technologies for space-ground integration information network

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  • ReceivedJan 2, 2019
  • AcceptedApr 12, 2019
  • PublishedJul 16, 2019


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  • Table 1   Summary of security threats, protection mechanisms and existing problems
    Security threats Protection mechanisms Goal Existing problems
    Physical layer Physical damage, decep- tion interference and suppression interference caused by attacks such as congestion, tampering and eavesdropping Anti-destructive technolo- gy, anti-deception jamm- ing, anti-suppression jamm- ing, artificial noise, multi-beam communication, etc. Improve the survivability of network Difficult to resist attacks within the system, and have complex synchronization and poor scalability
    Link layer Data leakage caused by attacks such as collision, denial of service, etc. Security mechanisms such as error detection, transm- ission rate restriction, etc. Improve the robustness of link communication Without providing end-to-end network security
    Network layer Network attack such as sybil, replay, wormhole and so on; malicious behavior such as communication analysis, routing information manipulation, etc. Security protocols such as IPSec, SatIPSec, SCPS-SP and security mechanisms such as digital signature, signcryption and decryption, congestion control, etc. Improve the security of network access, connection and switching Only suitable for IP-based networks and incompatible with satellitełinebreak TCP performance enhancement technology
    Transport layer Data tampering and leaking threats caused by SYN attacks, man-in-middle attacks, forgery attacks, etc. TLS, SSL, SCOKS and mechanisms to limit the number of links, customer problems, etc. Improve the ability of network security transmission Lack of support for UDP and multicast security methods
    Application layer Cloning attack, malici- ous code execution, pr- ivilege escalation and malicious use of privacy information, etc. Security protocols such as SFTP, HTTPS, S/MIME, PGP, SSH and key management mechanisms Provide the service security for different application requirements Support user specific applications only