Flow-based compromise detection

@inproceedings{Hofstede2011FlowbasedCD,
  title={Flow-based compromise detection},
  author={Rick Hofstede},
  year={2011}
}
  • Rick Hofstede
  • Published 1 September 2011
  • Engineering, Computer Science
Brute-force attacks are omnipresent and manyfold on the Internet, and aim at compromising user accounts by issuing large numbers of authentication attempts on applications and daemons. Widespread targets of such attacks are Secure SHell (SSH) and Web applications, for example. The impact of brute-force attacks and compromises resulting thereof is often severe: Once compromised, attackers gain access to remote machines, allowing those machines to be misused for all sorts of criminal activities… Expand
Flow-Based Compromise Detection: Lessons Learned
TLDR
The differences between flow data analysis in theory and practice are investigated—that is, in lab environments and production networks. Expand

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