Network Intrusion Detection and Prevention: Concepts and by Ali A. Ghorbani, Wei Lu, Mahbod Tavallaee

By Ali A. Ghorbani, Wei Lu, Mahbod Tavallaee

Network Intrusion Detection and Prevention: thoughts and methods presents specific and concise info on varieties of assaults, theoretical starting place of assault detection ways, implementation, info assortment, review, and intrusion reaction. also, it presents an summary of a few of the commercially/publicly to be had intrusion detection and reaction structures. relating to intrusion detection procedure it's most unlikely to incorporate every little thing there's to assert on all matters. even though, now we have attempted to hide an important and customary ones.

Network Intrusion Detection and Prevention: innovations and methods is designed for researchers and practitioners in undefined. This publication is acceptable for advanced-level scholars in desktop technology as a reference booklet in addition.

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Routing decisions are made based on path, network policies or rules. 1 OSPF Attacks Some examples of OSPF insiders attacks are discussed in [24] for the purpose of evaluating a real-time protocol-based intrusion detection system, which include Seq++ attack, Maximum Age attack and Maximum Sequence Number attack. • Seq++: During a seq++ attack, the hacker receives a link state advertisement (LSA) instance, modifies the link state metric, increases the LSA sequence number by 1, and recalculates both the LSA and OSPF checksums before the modified LSA is re-injected into the routing system.

In specification based detection approaches, security experts predefine the allowed system behaviors and thus events that do not match the specifications are labeled as attacks. In this chapter we discuss these different approaches in detail and summarize some representative examples in each category. 1 Misuse Detection The study of misuse detection began with Anderson’s report in 1980. Intrusions are detected by matching actual behavior recorded in audit trails with known suspicious patterns. While misuse detection is fully effective in uncovering known attacks, it is useless when faced with unknown or novel forms of attacks for which the signatures are not yet available.

Blackholing makes a prefix unreachable from a large portion of the Internet. Redirection enforces traffic flowing to a particular network taking a different path and then reaching a compromised destination. Subversion can sniff and modifying data when the traffic is forced to pass through a certain link. Instability can trigger route dampening in upstream routers and therefore cause connectivity outages. Blackholing, redirection and instability can be easily achieved when a compromised router modifies, drops, or introduces fake BGP updates since in this case other routers obtain incorrect view of the network conditions and topology.

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