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CORR
2010
Springer
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13 years 6 months ago
Selfish Response to Epidemic Propagation
An epidemic spreading in a network calls for a decision on the part of the network members: They should decide whether to protect themselves or not. Their decision depends on the ...
George Theodorakopoulos, Jean-Yves Le Boudec, John...
SECURWARE
2008
IEEE
14 years 19 days ago
Email Worm Mitigation by Controlling the Name Server Response Rate
Email worms and the spam associated with them are one of the main operational security issues today because they waste time, money and resources. The high incidence of email worms...
Nikolaos Chatzis, Enric Pujol
INFOCOM
2003
IEEE
13 years 11 months ago
Internet Quarantine: Requirements for Containing Self-Propagating Code
— It has been clear since 1988 that self-propagating code can quickly spread across a network by exploiting homogeneous security vulnerabilities. However, the last few years have...
David Moore, Colleen Shannon, Geoffrey M. Voelker,...
CN
2004
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13 years 6 months ago
Security applications of peer-to-peer networks
Open networks are often insecure and provide an opportunity for viruses and DDOS activities to spread. To make such networks more resilient against these kind of threats, we propo...
Vasileios Vlachos, Stephanos Androutsellis-Theotok...
NDSS
2006
IEEE
14 years 7 days ago
Modeling Botnet Propagation Using Time Zones
Time zones play an important and unexplored role in malware epidemics. To understand how time and location affect malware spread dynamics, we studied botnets, or large coordinated...
David Dagon, Cliff Changchun Zou, Wenke Lee