Muhammad N. Marsono

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The Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol is currently the predominant method of implementing Internet security. This paper proposes an FPGA-based embedded system integrating hardware that accelerates the cryptographic algorithms used in the SSL/TLS protocol. OpenSSL, an open source implementation of the SLL v3 and TLS v1 protocol, is deployed in the(More)
We propose a hardware architecture for a naı̈ve Bayes classifier in the context of e-mail classification for spam control. Our proposal presents a word-serial naı̈ve Bayes classifier architecture that utilizes the Logarithmic Number System (LNS) to reduce the computational complexity. We present the hardware architecture for non-iterative binary LNS(More)
This paper proposes a distributed layer-3 e-mail classification for spam control. E-mail packets are inferred in transit and tagged with an intra-packet spam score to indicate whether the packet forms a legitimate or spam e-mail. During e-mail packet reassembly, tags for an e-mail are aggregated to give an inter-packet spam score. The naive Bayes inference(More)
Peer-to-Peer (P2P) applications generate more than 50% of Internet traffic and intensively consume network resources. Statistical machine learning approaches have been proposed as a promising way to detect P2P traffic. However, such systems require retraining in a regular basis. Hence, the generation of good quality P2P and non-P2P examples on a regular(More)