Experimenting with an Intrusion Detection System for Encrypted Networks

@article{Goh2010ExperimentingWA,
  title={Experimenting with an Intrusion Detection System for Encrypted Networks},
  author={Vik Tor Goh and Jacob Zimmermann and Mark Looi},
  journal={IJBIDM},
  year={2010},
  volume={5},
  pages={172-191}
}
Network-based Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDSs) analyse network traffic to detect instances of malicious activity. Typically, this is only possible when the network traffic is accessible for analysis. With the growing use of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) that encrypt network traffic, the NIDS can no longer access this crucial audit data. In this paper, we present an implementation and evaluation of our approach proposed in Goh et al. (2009). It is based on Shamir’s secret-sharing scheme and… CONTINUE READING
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