Detecting And Visualizing Denial-of-Service And Network Probe Attacks Using Principal Component Analysis

@inproceedings{Labib2005DetectingAV,
  title={Detecting And Visualizing Denial-of-Service And Network Probe Attacks Using Principal Component Analysis},
  author={Khaled Labib and V. Rao Vemuri},
  year={2005}
}
A multivariate statistical method called Principal Component Analysis is used to detect Denial-of-Service and Network Probe attacks using the 1998 DARPA data set. Visualization of network activity and possible intrusions is achieved using Bi-plots, which are used as a graphical means for summarizing the statistics. The principal components are calculated for both attack and normal traffic, and the loading values of the various feature vector components are analyzed with respect to the principal… CONTINUE READING
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