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Monitoring Network Traffic to Detect Stepping-Stone Intrusion

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Monitoring Network Traffic to Detect Stepping-Stone Intrusion
Most network intruders tend to use stepping-stones to attack or to invade other hosts to reduce the risks of being discovered. There have been many approaches that were proposed to detect stepping-stone since 1995. One of those approaches proposed by A. Blum detects stepping-stone by checking if the difference between the number of the send packets of an incoming connection and the one of an outgoing connection is bounded. One weakness of this method is in resisting intruders' evasion, such as chaff perturbation. In this paper, we propose a method based on random walk theory to detect stepping-stone intrusion. Our theoretical analysis shows that the proposed method is more effective than Blum's approach in terms of resisting intruders' chaff perturbation.
Jianhua Yang, Byong Lee, Stephen S. H. Huang
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where AINA
Authors Jianhua Yang, Byong Lee, Stephen S. H. Huang
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