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Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Collaborative Intrusion and Malware Detection on a Large Scale

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Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Collaborative Intrusion and Malware Detection on a Large Scale
Abstract. The complexity of modern network architectures and the epidemic diffusion of malware require collaborative approaches for defense. We present a novel distributed system where each component collaborates to the intrusion and malware detection and to the dissemination of the local analyses. The proposed architecture is based on a decentralized, peer-to-peer and sensor-agnostic design that addresses dependability and load unbalance issues affecting existing systems based on centralized and hierarchical schemes. Load balancing properties, ability to tolerate churn, self-organization capabilities and scalability are demonstrated through a prototype integrating different open source defensive software.
Mirco Marchetti, Michele Messori, Michele Colajann
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ISW
Authors Mirco Marchetti, Michele Messori, Michele Colajanni
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