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Distributed IDS using Reconfigurable Hardware

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Distributed IDS using Reconfigurable Hardware
With the rapid growth of computer networks and network infrastructures and increased dependency on the internet to carry out day-to-day activities, it is imperative that the components of the system are secured. In the last few years a number of Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) have been developed as network security tools, both in commercial and academic sectors. These systems have used different approaches to detecting unauthorized activity, and have given us some insight into the problems that still have to be solved. While considerable progress has been made in the areas of string matching, header processing and detecting DoS attacks at network level, complete systems have not yet been demonstrated that provide all of the functionality necessary to perform intrusion detection at each host system there by securing the entire network. In this paper we are proposing the architecture of a Distributed Intrusion Detection System (DIDS) for use in high-speed networks. The proposed DIDS ...
Ashok Kumar Tummala, Parimal Patel
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where IPPS
Authors Ashok Kumar Tummala, Parimal Patel
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