An Analysis of Network Scanning Traffic as it relates to Scan-Detection in Network Intrusion Detection Systems

@inproceedings{Barnett2008AnAO,
  title={An Analysis of Network Scanning Traffic as it relates to Scan-Detection in Network Intrusion Detection Systems},
  author={Richard J. Barnett and Barry Irwin},
  year={2008}
}
Network Intrusion Detection is, in a modern network, a useful tool to detect a wide variety of malicious traffic. The ever present prevalence of scanning activity on the Internet is fair justification to warrant scan detection as a component of network intrusion detection. Whilst current systems are able to perform scan-detection, the methods they use are often flawed and exhibit an inability to detect scans in an efficient and scalable manner. Existing research by van Riel and Irwin has… CONTINUE READING

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