A Stateful Intrusion Detection System for World-Wide Web Servers

  title={A Stateful Intrusion Detection System for World-Wide Web Servers},
  author={Giovanni Vigna and William K. Robertson and Vishal Kher and Richard A. Kemmerer},
Web servers are ubiquitous, remotely accessible, and often misconfigured. In addition, custom web-based applications may introduce vulnerabilities that are overlooked even by the most security-conscious server administrators. Consequently, web servers are a popular target for hackers. To mitigate the security exposure associated with web servers, intrusion detection systems are deployed to analyze and screen incoming requests. The goal is to perform early detection of malicious activity and… CONTINUE READING
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