Highly efficient techniques for network forensics

@inproceedings{Ponec2007HighlyET,
  title={Highly efficient techniques for network forensics},
  author={Miroslav Ponec and Paul Giura and Herv{\'e} Br{\"o}nnimann and Joel Wein},
  booktitle={ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security},
  year={2007}
}
Given a history of packet transmissions and an excerpt of a possible packet payload, the payload attribution problem requires the identification of sources, destinations and the times of appearance on a network of all the packets that contained such payload. A module to solve this problem has recently been proposed as the core component in a network forensics system. Network forensics provides useful tools for investigating cybercrimes on the Internet, by, for example, tracing the spread of… CONTINUE READING
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