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NETWORK INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM

NETWORK INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM

Abstract: The area of intrusion detection is the central concept in overall network and computer security architecture. It is an important technology in business sector as well as in research area. By monitoring the computer and network resources, Intrusion Detection System (IDS) detects any of the misuse or unauthorized access which is basically an attack to these resources. Then it alerts and informs administrator for occurrence of an intrusion. Several methods can be used to detect an intrusion. Ever increasing demand of good quality communication relies heavily on Network Intrusion Detection System (NIDS). Intrusion detection for network security demands high performance. We have discuss here a description of the available approaches for a network intrusion detection system in both software and hardware implementation.
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Using Artificial Neural Network Classification and Invention of Intrusion in Network Intrusion Detection System

Using Artificial Neural Network Classification and Invention of Intrusion in Network Intrusion Detection System

In this paper we have to detect attack and classify attack In a NIDS and categorized them, IDS is important for protecting computer system and network from Misuse.IDS is an one type of art of detecting unauthorized used of computer and any attempt to break network. Intrusion detection system is one type of tool that help to prevent unauthorized access to network resources by analyzing access to network traffic. Different algorithm and method and application are created and implemented to solve the problem of discovery of attack in IDS. The experiment and appraisal are experiment by using the set of benchmark data from Knowledge discovery in database. The result show that our implemented and propose system detect the attack and classify them In 10 groups with the approximately 94% accuracy with the two hidden layer of neurons in the neural network. Multilayer perceptron(MLP) and apriori algorithm used for IDS.MLP based improved intrusion detection system to detect and classify all kind of attack using back propagation algorithm.
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A Review on Network Intrusion Detection System

A Review on Network Intrusion Detection System

exposed to an increasing number of security threats. For new types of attacks are emerging constantly, developing flexibility and adaptability safety-oriented approaches is a serious problem. In this context, the anomaly- based network Intrusion detection techniques are valuable technology to protect the target systems and networks against malicious activities. However, despite a number of these methods described in the literature in recent years, security tools comprising detecting anomalies function is only beginning to emerge, and several important issues remain to be solved. This paper begins with the review of the best-known anomaly-based intrusion detection techniques. Then the available platforms, systems development and research projects are presented. Finally, the main issues are addressed for large deployments, anomaly- based detectors disruption, with special emphasis on the evaluation questions.
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Review Of Network Intrusion Detection Systems

Review Of Network Intrusion Detection Systems

Abstract: Intrusion detection system performs a vital role in the security of the computer systems from cyber attacks. Among the IDS, the network intrusion detection system is another type, which is used to protect computer networks from unauthorised access and data theft from intruders. However, current approaches are not feasible and sustainable when used in modern networks because human interaction is increasing its level and detection accuracy is going down by its level. In this paper we have reviewed some of the existing approaches used in NIDS, machine learning methods, Genetic Programming, Fuzzy Inference System and honeypot technology. These methods have achieved accuracy between 62.89% to 88.35%. Existing systems have few flaws like processing delays in large scale networks, high cost for data collection. In the future we will propose better approach to counter these flaws.
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Anomaly Detection Using Context-Based Intrusion
          Detection System

Anomaly Detection Using Context-Based Intrusion Detection System

network intrusion detection system looks out for malicious events which could be an intrusion in disguise, by monitoring traffic on a network. In addition to monitoring network traffic, it also scans system files to look for any unauthorised activity there and to maintain data and file integrity. While doing this it is capable of finding alterations in the basic components of the system. It is also capable of checking file logs of servers to find out any dangerous traffic or unlawful ways of using that are not safe for the system. It can also do a proactive role wherein it checks the local firewalls or for possible violation of rules or oversees running traffic to find out the accurate scenario. The advantage of NIDS is it is very straightforward to apply and to deploy. It also keeps a constant eye on the network of any system and thus provides constant monitoring. The NIDS is also less costly to install, as it is installed on a particular segment which covers all the sections in that network segment. It also provides real-time detection of the intrusion i.e. the intrusion happening is immediately detected so that the attacker does not get much time to back out or cover his traces. The disadvantage is, an NIDS is an easy target of a DOS attack. Also, sometimes it generates and collects a huge number of alerts or intrusions per day and thus sometimes unnecessarily burdens the system. It should be noted that a NIDS server can’t work in place of basic security systems like firewall or checking the user identity. 2) Host-Based Intrusion Detection System(HIDS): A Host- Based Intrusion Detection System (HIDS) keeps a watch on the systems where they are currently working, finds out attacks or vulnerabilities, and accordingly notifies the required people in charge. An HIDS is capable of working as a mediator who oversees and checks if anyone manipulates the rules and tries to go by bypassing the network or host rules[1]. HIDS agent does the above job by monitoring the adjustments already done on the system, like critical system files (/etc/passwd), registry settings, file checksum, or any such similar parameter. When the machine is under attack, the agent obstructs the contact required, takes a note of the current audits of the running session, notifies the person or device who is responsible and then finally notifies the main authority about the incident. In HIDS normally all the traffic is deciphered, so if the traffic is in encrypted form, then also it can be checked.
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Applying classification techniques for network intrusion detection

Applying classification techniques for network intrusion detection

They generated rules reduce the false positive rate (FPR) and Devaraju and Ramakrishnan, , developed an analytical model in which a variety of factors are considered such as false-positive rate and detection rate. They also discriminated between normal users and hackers that try to penetrate and compromise et al., 2011). G.V. Nadiammai et M. Hemalatha used several issues: Effectiveness of Distributed Denial of Service (DoS) Attack, data fication, and achieve high level of human interaction T. F. Ghanem, W. S. kader ,proposed a hybrid approach for anomaly detection using detectors generated based on genetic heuristic method (Ghanem et , used the hierarchical r intrusion detection system which evaluated on KDD Cup99 and accomplished 0.5 % false positive rate (Hu S. M. Sangve et R.a C. Thool , proposed a framework for anomaly network intrusion detection system implemented based on using genetic algorithm, meta-heuristic method and clustering techniques. They checked the framework execution according to detector time and false . M. Zolotukhin et , proposed an algorithm which utilize SSL/TLS protocol for , the data of network connections is
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INTRUSION DETECTION USING BIOLOGICAL INSPIRED IMMUNE SYSTEM

INTRUSION DETECTION USING BIOLOGICAL INSPIRED IMMUNE SYSTEM

Host IDS is a completely different from NIDS. It has software application or agents which install on particular hosts which is to be monitored. It examines different types of modification over time on host which may signal safety problems. HIDS examines the actions and activities of a host which is to be monitored and match up to with its normal behavior. Example of HIDS is an intrusion detection system that monitors mainly system files while IDS that explore ongoing network traffic is a part of network intrusion detection system. We can also categorize IDS on basis of detection approach: signature- based detection (detects malware by looking for particular pattern) and anomaly-based detection (detecting variation from a model of normal behavior of system, which often relies on machine learning). In [7], they used hybrid approach using artificial immune system [8] and soft computing. Rough set theory with artificial immune system is used for intrusion detection in NIDS. A higher level artificial immune system [9] is used for process anomaly detection [10, 11], in which artificial cells communicate with each other. Signature-based approach can also be referred as Knowledge-based approach. It refers database for earlier attacks and for known system vulnerabilities. It easily detects known attacks but it is not possible for it to detect attacks that are new to system and unknown for it [12]. Another approach is Anomaly-based which can also be referred as Behavior-based intrusion detection system. It is mainly for detection of new and unknown attacks. It uses the approach of machine learning and prepares a model of normal behavior of system and compare any new pattern against this model .This is effective against previously unknown attacks. For real time systems, memory heat map technique is used in [13]. Researchers and scientists are always motivated by environment and natural organisms to resolve real world troubles. Computer safety is no exclusion in it. Artificial immune system (AIS) motivated from natural immune system [2, 3] works proficiently for identifying malicious attacks and threats in a network. Incremental learning on the basis of population technique [14] and a classifier is used with AIS for detecting intrusion in network. Artificial Immune System is a group of strategies which is motivated by the immune system of human [9, 15]. For solving complex problems, defense system is a motivation for latest innovative methodologies. The main attraction of immune system is its adaptive nature, robustness, self management, self defensiveness, self learning and many more which ————————————————
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A General Study of Associations rule mining in Intrusion Detection System

A General Study of Associations rule mining in Intrusion Detection System

In [24] paper, authors have integrated two technique data mining and fuzzy technique. Where fuzzy association rules have applied to design and implement an abnormal network intrusion detection system. Here author presents that when the association rules used in traditional information detection cannot effectively deal with changes in network behavior, it will better meet the actual needs of abnormal detection to introduce the concept of fuzzy association rules to strengthen the adaptability. Basically in This paper author mainly focused on the study of Denial of Service (DOS). According to the author’s experimental results, they have found that their system can correctly identify all DOS attacks on test after appropriate adjustment of system parameters. Moreover, they have also proved, in the experiment, that their system would not result in false positives under such circumstances as a large amount of instantaneous FTP normal packet flow. In addition, if source of an attacker can be determined, the system will also be able to promptly inform the firewall to alter its rules and cut off the connection. According to another research network security is becoming an increasingly important issue, since the rapid development of the Internet. Network Intrusion Detection System (IDS), as the main security defending technique, is widely used against such malicious attacks.
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Volume 2, Issue 8, August 2013 Page 286

Volume 2, Issue 8, August 2013 Page 286

Network Intrusion Detection System and it can provide an opportunity to use them to investigate threats and attacks, and to diagnose network health. In-line Intrusion Prevention to provide advance security in a specific location. Inline IPS is In-line with the firewall. An In-line IPS must position between the untrusted network environment and the trusted network it is intended to protect. All traffic that is to be screened must pass through the IPS for analysis and, if certain criteria are met, for discard. Hence, as soon as an attack is detected, it drops the malicious packet before it reaches the target machine network. Since Inline IPS is In-line with the packet flow, attacks originating from within a network to a destination outside the network can also be effectively intercepted and trapped. It is a Network-based intrusion prevention systems (often called inline prevention systems) are a solution for network-based security. NIPS will intercept all network traffic and monitor it for suspicious activity and events, either blocking the requests or passing it along should it be deemed legitimate traffic. Whereas an IPS uses signature-based threat Prevention (and many other techniques) to safeguard the network/system for this can use the Snort and Deter lab, SeeR from design.
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A Secure Intrusion Detection System for Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks

A Secure Intrusion Detection System for Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks

A attacker can have access to one or several sensor nodes with similar capabilities as other nodes in the network. Contrariwise, a laptop-class attacker has access to much more powerful devices, for example laptops, which may have more capable CPU, longer bat- tery life or high-power radio transmitter. It allows him to perform some attacks that are hardly feasible for a mote-class attacker [20]. Furthermore, attackers can be outsiders or insiders. An outsider at- tacker has no special access to a network. In contrast, an insider at- tacker can have access to cryptographic keys or other code used by network and is a part of the network. For example, the insider can be a compromised node or a laptop- class adversary who stole cryp- tographic keys, code, and data from the legitimate nodes [4]. We assume that the attacker can easily become an insider because the wireless networks are usually deployed in physically insecure envi- ronment and the adversary is easily able to capture nodes and then extract cryptographic primitives using the physical tampering [10]. Furthermore, we assume that the intruder can capture any node in the network, but generally only a limited number of them.
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Survey of intrusion detection systems: techniques, datasets and challenges

Survey of intrusion detection systems: techniques, datasets and challenges

This paper provides an up to date taxonomy, together with a review of the significant research works on IDSs up to the present time; and a classification of the pro- posed systems according to the taxonomy. It provides a structured and comprehensive overview of the existing IDSs so that a researcher can become quickly familiar with the key aspects of anomaly detection. This paper also provides a survey of data-mining techniques applied to design intrusion detection systems. The signature- based and anomaly-based methods (i.e., SIDS and AIDS) are described, along with several techniques used in each method. The complexity of different AIDS methods and their evaluation techniques are discussed, followed by a set of suggestions identifying the best methods, depend- ing on the nature of the intrusion. Challenges for the current IDSs are also discussed. Compared to previous survey publications (Patel et al., 2013; Liao et al., 2013a), this paper presents a discussion on IDS dataset problems which are of main concern to the research community in the area of network intrusion detection systems (NIDS). Prior studies such as (Sadotra & Sharma, 2016; Buczak & Guven, 2016) have not completely reviewed IDSs in term of the datasets, challenges and techniques. In this paper, we provide a structured and contemporary, wide-ranging study on intrusion detection system in terms of techniques and datasets; and also highlight challenges of the techniques and then make recommendations.
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Intrusion Detection Techniques and Open Source Intrusion Detection (IDS) Tools

Intrusion Detection Techniques and Open Source Intrusion Detection (IDS) Tools

Intrusion detection is the process of monitoring the attacks and events occurring in a computer or network system and analyzing them for signs of possible incidents of attacks, which are violations or imminent threats of violation of computer security policies, acceptable use policies, or standard security practices. Incidents have many causes, such as malware (e.g., worms, spyware, Denial of Service (DDOS), Buffer overflows, Sniffer attacks and Application-Layer attacks), attackers gaining unauthorized access to systems from the Internet, and authorized users of systems and misuse their privileges or attempt to gain additional privileges for which they are not authorized. As network attacks have increased in number and severity over the past few years, intrusion detection systems have become a necessary addition to the security infrastructure of most organizations.
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Bacterial Foraging Optimization For Enhancing The Security In Intrusion Detection System

Bacterial Foraging Optimization For Enhancing The Security In Intrusion Detection System

and enabled them to get their desired security services in SDN-based datacenter systems. The technique additionally assembles a model framework for LTSS to confirm its functionality and evaluated the execution of LTSS structure. A few factors like switch load, security device area, and administration request impact affected the algorithm execution. And furthermore, the LTSS technique leads to poor execution in a larger dataset.T. Ha, et al., [20] proposed a Traffic Sampling (TS) system for SDN that completely used the inspection ability of malicious traffic while maintaining the total volume of the examined traffic below the inspection processing capacity of the Intrusion Detection System (IDS). The TS procedure planned an optimization issue to find an appropriate sampling rate for each switch and tested the traffic streams in the system depends on optimal sampling rates utilizing the SDN functionalities. The experimental outcomes showed that the TS approach essentially improved the inspection execution of malicious traffic in large-sized systems. The time elapses for the TS algorithm exceptionally relied upon the execution of the IDS and Open vSwitch (OVS) switches, and it was additionally decreased in business scale conditions. A. Chowdhary, et al., [21] The technique investigated a game theoretic system according to reward and punishment mechanism which was utilized effectively in game theoretic models. Utilizing a greedy calculation, the method tackled an optimization issue for rate constraining network, data transfer capacity as a punitive mechanism for mischievous players in a dynamic system game. The optimization
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Intrusion Detection System by using K Means Clustering, C 4 5, FNN, SVM Classifier

Intrusion Detection System by using K Means Clustering, C 4 5, FNN, SVM Classifier

Nowadays network is very important for the communication. We can do lots of things on the internet like searching, images, videos, etc. this is main advantages of the internet .we are using the internet for our personal work or commercial work. But we cannot sure about, our data is secure. now days we transfer the data from source to destination. While transferring from source to destination we cannot sure about that data correctly transfer to the destination, because nowadays attacks are increases so if we want to transfer the data securely so we have to make some security. So that you can transfer your data securely. Important thing is it will use in anywhere like home, company, colleges, etc. to secure your data from attacker so you have to use security. security is very important thing in our life.
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A Review of Network Intrusion Detection and Countermeasure

A Review of Network Intrusion Detection and Countermeasure

Nowadays every industry and even some parts of the public sector are using cloud computing , either as a provider or as a consumer. But there are many security issues present in cloud computing environment. There are many possible attacks in cloud computing environment, One such attack is the DoS or its version DDoS attack. Generally, attackers can explore vulnerabilities of a cloud system and compromise virtual machines to deploy further large-scale Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS). DDoS attacks usually involve early stage actions such as low frequency vulnerability scanning, multi-step exploitation and compromising identified vulnerable virtual machines as zombies and finally DDoS attacks using the compromised zombies. Inside the cloud system, especially the Infrastructure-as-a-Service clouds, the detection of zombie exploration attacks is very difficult. To prevent vulnerable virtual machines from being compromised in the cloud, we propose a multi-phase distributed vulnerability detection, measurement, and countermeasure selection mechanism called NICE, which is built on attack graph based systematic models and reconfigurable virtual network-based countermeasures. This paper provides a short Reveiw on the techniques to network intrusion detection and countermeasure selection in virtual network system.
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Reduction Of Routing Overhead Using Cluster-Fuzzy Algorithm In MANET

Reduction Of Routing Overhead Using Cluster-Fuzzy Algorithm In MANET

the level of effectiveness is enriched with the help of the agent ID generation method. Experiments were conducted extensively to test the efficiency of the research. Yi Ping et al [23] designed timed automata for MANET’s DSR protocol that incorporates distributed IDS. Nodes within the cluster were chosen based on the periodical values and the chosen nodes monitor the transmission. Selected nodes supervise the global as well as local IDS. Timed automata are generated manually for abstracting the exact activities of the node in relevance to the DSR. Each node in the architecture owns a unique IDS agent. Finally, the intrusion detection technique is assessed through simulation experiments. The agent-based method shows efficiency and effectiveness. Erfan A. Shams[24]proposed a support vector machine (SVM) based IDS. The performance of MANETs is extensively influenced by the malicious nodes. DoS is one of the general attacks in MANET. The availability and integrity of certain mobile nodes can be achieved with a specific design of the intrusion system. Intruder’s activity and the malicious node is removed from the network with the help of effective Intrusion Detection System that improves the network performance by continuous monitoring of network traffic. The major work of this paper is the incorporation of IDS with MANETs as a potent and reliable solution. The proposed IDS can identify the DoS kind of attacks at a high detection rate with a short computing time and simple structure. Experimental observation shows that the proposed IDS improves the reliability of the network considerably by removing and detecting the malicious nodes in the network system. MAJabbar et al [25] deal with a new ensemble
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SDN based Intrusion Detection System for OpenStack Cloud

SDN based Intrusion Detection System for OpenStack Cloud

virtualized network infrastructure is managed by an NFV-MANO (Management and Network Orchestration) system. Due to SDN’s global view, granular path management and programmable model, the next logical advancement is to position SDN control for the NFV infrastructure in Cloud datacenters. The recent SDNFV converged proposals approach to solve the bottlenecks in VNFs service-chaining by extending the SDN to deliver optimal services [3]. To address the problems in Cloud security, SDN enabled architecture can alleviate the security threats in the network side. SDN follows centralized decision-making on information traffic in networks[4]. In reaction to evolving network needs and network threats, policies can be enforced quickly. The latest SDN OpenFlow standards have brought advanced features to realize sophisticated protocol-header/state-machine level matching and execute custom function handlers for matching flows. In this paper, we are proposing a SDN-Cloud firewall system , with distributed monitoring in switches and security remediation in the controllers. Our early experiences with this proposed system, show that the processing costs is minimal and in acceptable overhead range, for implementing the cooperative safety scheme in SDN. In addition, this scheme protects the SDN architecture from controller overloading and undoubtedly defending down-stream services in the network. We introduced new mechanisms in our framework for detecting and preventing the malicious packets in the network. Our framework is used as a NIDS firewall and perimeter defence solution in the cloud environment against DDoS amplification, flooding and malicious attacks. This paper is organized as : Section I provides an introduction to cloud computing, Openstack and SDN, Section II provides the background of the enabling technologies in the OpenStack Cloud platform, overview of the SDN centric Cloud architecture and sets the context, Section III discusses the prior research work in the related area, Section IV presents our proposed solution and architecture, Section V describes the design and implementation, Section VI presents the evaluation and experience with an early prototype of the system and Section VII concludes the paper.
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A Study Of Intrusion Detection System For Cloud Network

A Study Of Intrusion Detection System For Cloud Network

In the current scenario, Internet development and computer system usage have been an essential concern in electronic transmission of data, which has several problems, such as privacy, security, and discreteness of information. Considerable progress has been seen in the improvement in terms of computer system security [1]. Security problems and the privacy issues of electronic systems are the key challenges existing with the computer systems. Though there is no 100% secure system present in the world. It was noted that there are massive cases of attacks. In general, if a novel signature detected in the signature database, then the behavior is to be deemed to be an attack. The vulnerabilities of computer systems could accomplish with recognized and non- recognized users. In this regard, several tools have implemented to get rid of the attack that helps in security assistance, and IDS is considered as one of the best tools that assist in examining information and network system. It identifies intrusions and is significant for breaking norms such as integrity, non-repudiation, and accessibility [2]. With the dawn of computer networking, IDS played a significant role in insurance of a safe network for each user, though the form of role has changed since last year. Essential intrusion detection components are described below
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A Hybrid Data Mining based Intrusion Detection System for Wireless Local Area Networks

A Hybrid Data Mining based Intrusion Detection System for Wireless Local Area Networks

Mrutyunjaya Panda et al [8] proposed a novel classification via sequential information bottleneck (sIB) clustering algorithm to build an efficient anomaly based network intrusion detection model. The proposed approach provides better detection accuracy with comparatively low false positive rate in comparison to other existing unsupervised clustering algorithms. This makes the approach suitable for building an efficient anomaly based network intrusion detection model. The drawback of this approach is that only limited data mining techniques are used, detection accuracy is not close tom100% and has high false positive rate. The future research will be to investigate other data mining techniques with a view to enhance the detection accuracy as close as possible to 100% while maintaining a low false positive rate. Qinglei Zhang et al [9] proposed a framework for a new approach in intrusion detection by combining two existing machine learning methods (i.e. SVM and CSOACN). The IDS based on the new algorithm can be applied as pure SVM, pure CSOACN or their combination by constructing the detection classifier under three different training modes respectively. The drawback is that the algorithm is not completely enhanced; training and testing speed is low. The future work is the enhancement of the algorithm in some aspects. For example, the training and testing speeds may be improved by applying the dimension reduction on the input data. More experiments on performance evaluation are also expected. M. Mehdi et al [10] proposed a new approach of an anomaly Intrusion detection system (IDS). It consists of building a reference behaviour model and the use of a Bayesian classification procedure associated to unsupervised learning algorithm to evaluate the deviation between current and reference behaviour. Continuous re-estimation of model parameters allows for real time operation. The use of recursive Log-likelihood and entropy estimation as a measure for monitoring model degradation related with behavior changes and the associated model update show that the accuracy of the event classification process is significantly improved using their proposed approach for reducing the missing alarm. These algorithms have some limitations such as that the kernel distributions are used to model numerical data with continuous and unbounded nature, the Gaussian parametrical model may not be suitable for complex data and that the use of mixed models assumes statistical independence between trials, which can be restrictive in some cases.
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LAN Based Intrusion Detection And Alerts

LAN Based Intrusion Detection And Alerts

It fires a method that sends the alert to the administrator‟s e-mail id as well as to his phone via an SMS gateway. Also the entire data logged into the syslog file is then read simultaneously, stored into a database connected to java in background. This database holds the attacker IP address, Server IP address (one of the emulated servers, being attacked, time of attack and port number on which penetration request was made). The designed application in java is designed such that it monitors any new line being appended at the end of the syslog file every three second. If it finds that there‟s an new line appended, it checks for the occurrence of certain keywords in the new line. Upon successful find, the entire line is broken down into parts and the data to be stored in the database server and to be sent via e-mail is stored in different variables. These variables containing the desired data of port scanning attempt made by a computer in the network is stored in a database and simultaneously sent to the e-mail ID of the system administrator. Figure 4 shows the system response generated when a port scanning attempt is made by another system physically present in the network.
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