Joseph M. McAlerney

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Until some brilliant researcher comes up with a better technique, scan detection will boil down to testing for X events of interest across a Y-sized time window. Portscan detectors in network intrusion detection products are easy to evade. They classify a portscan as more than N distinct probes within M seconds from a single source. This paper begins with(More)
Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS) often rely on exact string matching techniques. Depending on the choice of algorithm, implementation, and the frequency with which it is applied, this pattern matching may become a performance bottleneck. To keep up with increasing network speeds and traffic, NIDS can take advantage of advanced string matching(More)
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