Real-Time Detection of Fast Flux Service Networks

@article{Caglayan2009RealTimeDO,
  title={Real-Time Detection of Fast Flux Service Networks},
  author={Alper Caglayan and Mike Toothaker and Dan Drapeau and Dustin Burke and Gerry Eaton},
  journal={2009 Cybersecurity Applications & Technology Conference for Homeland Security},
  year={2009},
  pages={285-292}
}
Here we present the first empirical study of detecting and classifying fast flux service networks (FFSNs) in real time. FFSNs exploit a network of compromised machines (zombies) for illegal activities such as spam, phishing and malware delivery using DNS record manipulation techniques. Previous studies have focused on actively monitoring these activities over a large window (days, months) to detect such FFSNs and measure their footprint. In this paper, we present a Fast Flux Monitor (FFM) that… CONTINUE READING
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