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NetStage/DPR: A Self-adaptable FPGA Platform for Application-Level Network Security

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NetStage/DPR: A Self-adaptable FPGA Platform for Application-Level Network Security
Increasing transmission speeds in high-performance networks pose significant challenges to protecting the systems and networking infrastructure. Reconfigurable devices have already been used with great success to implement lower-levels of appropriate security measures (e.g., deep-packet inspection). We present a reconfigurable processing architecture capable of handling even application-level tasks, and also able to autonomously adapt itself to varying traffic patterns using dynamic partial reconfiguration. As a first use-case, we examine the collection of Malware by emulating an entire honeynet of potentially hundreds of thousands of hosts using a single-chip implementation of the architecture.
Sascha Mühlbach, Andreas Koch
Added 24 Aug 2011
Updated 24 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where ARC
Authors Sascha Mühlbach, Andreas Koch
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