Which option is a benefit of implementing RFC 2827?
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D. E.
RFC 2827, also known as "Network Ingress Filtering: Defeating Denial of Service Attacks which employ IP Source Address Spoofing," is a best practice document that provides guidelines for network administrators to prevent DoS (Denial of Service) attacks that use IP source address spoofing.
Answer C is the correct option: RFC 2827 defeats DoS attacks that employ IP source address spoofing.
IP source address spoofing is a technique used in DoS attacks in which an attacker sends packets with a forged source IP address to the victim network. This makes it difficult for the victim to identify the source of the attack and can cause network congestion or even network downtime.
RFC 2827 recommends the implementation of ingress filtering at the edge of the network, which filters out packets with a source IP address that should not be allowed on the network. This filtering is based on the idea that packets entering the network from a particular interface should have a source IP address that is within a valid range of IP addresses assigned to that interface.
By implementing RFC 2827, network administrators can ensure that only legitimate packets are allowed into their network and prevent spoofed packets from entering their network. This helps to reduce the impact of DoS attacks and improve network availability and performance.
Therefore, option C is the correct answer, as it accurately describes the benefits of implementing RFC 2827. The other options are not related to the benefits of implementing RFC 2827.