Unexpected means of protocol inference

@inproceedings{Ma2006UnexpectedMO,
  title={Unexpected means of protocol inference},
  author={Justin Ma and Kirill Levchenko and Christian Kreibich and Stefan Savage and Geoffrey M. Voelker},
  booktitle={Internet Measurement Conference},
  year={2006}
}
Network managers are inevitably called upon to associate network traffic with particular applications. Indeed, this operation is critical for a wide range of management functions ranging from debugging and security to analytics and policy support. Traditionally, managers have relied on application adherence to a well established global port mapping: Web traffic on port 80, mail traffic on port 25 and so on. However, a range of factors - including firewall port blocking, tunneling, dynamic port… CONTINUE READING

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