NetSTAT: A Network-Based Intrusion Detection Approach

  title={NetSTAT: A Network-Based Intrusion Detection Approach},
  author={Giovanni Vigna and Richard A. Kemmerer},
Network-based attacks have become common and sophisticated. For this reason, intrusion detection systems are now shifting their focus from the hosts and their operating systems to the network itself. Network-based intrusion detection is challenging because network auditing produces large amounts of data, and different events related to a single intrusion may be visible in different places on the network. This paper presents NetSTAT, a new approach to network intrusion detection. By using a… CONTINUE READING
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