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Spoofing attacks are one of the approaching threats in open source networks where the attacks are beyond the scrutinizing range. Spoofing attacks can be localized and based on localization; it can be eradicated such that the spoofer is over whelmed in a particular network coverage region. The previous approaches based on frequency face a storm when the number of data transferred from source to destination is not constant. The TOA fails in examining the exact location of the spoofer. The new approach of DALD (Distance based Attack Localization and Detection) is a counter measure to the spoofing and a methodology to overcome the drawbacks of the existing frequency based approaches.