Aaron Mitchell

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  • Brett Tjaden, Lonnie Welch, Shawn Ostermann, David Chelberg, Ravindra Balupari, Marina Bykova +9 others
  • 2000
INBOUNDS is a real-time network based intrusion detection system being developed at Ohio University. INBOUNDS detects suspicious behavior by scrutinizing network information generated by TCPTrace [9] (a traffic analysis tool) and host data gathered by the monitors of DeSiDeRaTa [23-27] (dynamic, real-time resource management middleware). The use of these(More)
  • Brett Tjaden, Lonnie Welch, Shawn Ostermann, David Chelberg, Ravindra Balupari, Marina Bykova +2 others
  • 2000
The global Internet has made real-time computer systems worldwide vulnerable to an ever-changing array of attacks for which current defense mechanisms are insufficient. In order to combat intruders in this new environment new techniques must be developed that enable decision makers to detect unusual behavior in their systems, correlate anomalies into(More)
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