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NetSTAT: A Network-Based Intrusion Detection Approach

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NetSTAT: A Network-Based Intrusion Detection Approach
Network-based attacks have become common and sophisticated. For this reason, intrusion detection systems are now shifting their focus from the hosts and their operating systems to the network itself. Network-based intrusion detection is challenging because network auditing produces large amounts of data, and different events related to a single intrusion may be visible in different places on the network. This paper presents NetSTAT, a new approach to network intrusion detection. By using a formal model of both the network and the attacks, NetSTAT is able to determine which network events have to be monitored and where they can be monitored.
Giovanni Vigna, Richard A. Kemmerer
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where ACSAC
Authors Giovanni Vigna, Richard A. Kemmerer
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