Enhance MOODLE Platform Security Against Denial of Service Attack (DoS) (2023)
Kamal Aldin Yousif Yaseen JCR. 2023: 140-147
E-learning systems are used by almost every educational institution and the system is upgrading day-by-day (e.g. traditional monolithic e-learning system to modern eLearning ecosystem or cloud-based system). E-learning system provides a lot of benefits in the educational process, at the same time security is one of the important concern for e-learning systems. To prevent loss of user’s data and to prevent from any kind of damage, a secured e-learning system is a must. Every system has some security issues and challenges. Moodle is a wide spreading learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. According to the opinion of most researchers of serious attack threaten the Moodle availability is a denial-of-service attacks, hence the Moodle platform is one of the most famous and most used of these platforms, this paper looks at how to secure this platform from this type of attack.
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