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Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection [electronic resource] :5th International Symposium, RAID 2002 Zurich, Switzerland, October 16–18, 2002 Proceedings /

Contributor(s): Wespi, Andreas [editor.] | Vigna, Giovanni [editor.] | Deri, Luca [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2516Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2002.Description: X, 327 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540360841.Subject(s): Physics | Computer science | Computer communication systems | Operating systems (Computers) | Data encryption (Computer science) | Computers and civilization | System safety | Physics | Security Science and Technology | Computer Science, general | Computer Communication Networks | Operating Systems | Data Encryption | Computers and SocietyOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Stepping Stone Detection -- Detecting Long Connection Chains of Interactive Terminal Sessions -- Multiscale Stepping-Stone Detection: Detecting Pairs of Jittered Interactive Streams by Exploiting Maximum Tolerable Delay -- Detecting Malicious Software by Monitoring Anomalous Windows Registry Accesses -- Anomaly Detection -- Undermining an Anomaly-Based Intrusion Detection System Using Common Exploits -- Correlation -- Analyzing Intensive Intrusion Alerts via Correlation -- A Mission-Impact-Based Approach to INFOSEC Alarm Correlation -- M2D2: A Formal Data Model for IDS Alert Correlation -- Legal Aspects / Intrusion Tolerance -- Development of a Legal Framework for Intrusion Detection -- Learning Unknown Attacks — A Start -- Assessment of Intrusion Detection Systems -- Evaluation of the Diagnostic Capabilities of Commercial Intrusion Detection Systems -- A Stochastic Model for Intrusions -- Attacks against Computer Network: Formal Grammar-Based Framework and Simulation Tool -- Capacity Verification for High Speed Network Intrusion Detection Systems -- Adaptive Intrusion Detection Systems -- Performance Adaptation in Real-Time Intrusion Detection Systems -- Intrusion Detection Analysis -- Accurate Buffer Overflow Detection via Abstract Pay load Execution -- Introducing Reference Flow Control for Detecting Intrusion Symptoms at the OS Level -- The Effect of Identifying Vulnerabilities and Patching Software on the Utility of Network Intrusion Detection.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: On behalf of the program committee, it is our pleasure to present to you the proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection (RAID). Since its ?rst edition in 1998, RAID has established itself as the main annual intrusion detection event, attracting researchers, practitioners, and v- dors from all over the world. The RAID 2002 program committee received 81 submissions (64 full papers and 17 extended abstracts) from 20 countries. This is about 50% more than last year. All submissions were carefully reviewed by at least three program comm- tee members or additional intrusion-detection experts according to the criteria ofscienti?cnovelty,importancetothe?eld,andtechnicalquality.Finalselection took place at a meeting held on May 15–16, 2002, in Oakland, USA. Sixteen full papers were selected for presentation and publication in the conference proc- dings. In addition, three extended abstracts of work in progress were selected for presentation. The program included both fundamental research and practical issues. The seven sessions were devoted to the following topics: anomaly detection, steppi- stonedetection,correlationofintrusion-detectionalarms,assessmentofintrusi- detectionsystems,intrusiontolerance,legalaspects,adaptiveintrusion-detection systems, and intrusion-detection analysis. RAID 2002 also hosted a panel on “Cybercrime,” a topic of major concern for both security experts and the public. Marcus J. Ranum, the founder of Network Flight Recorder, Inc., delivered a keynote speech entitled “Challenges for the Future of Intrusion Detection”.
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Stepping Stone Detection -- Detecting Long Connection Chains of Interactive Terminal Sessions -- Multiscale Stepping-Stone Detection: Detecting Pairs of Jittered Interactive Streams by Exploiting Maximum Tolerable Delay -- Detecting Malicious Software by Monitoring Anomalous Windows Registry Accesses -- Anomaly Detection -- Undermining an Anomaly-Based Intrusion Detection System Using Common Exploits -- Correlation -- Analyzing Intensive Intrusion Alerts via Correlation -- A Mission-Impact-Based Approach to INFOSEC Alarm Correlation -- M2D2: A Formal Data Model for IDS Alert Correlation -- Legal Aspects / Intrusion Tolerance -- Development of a Legal Framework for Intrusion Detection -- Learning Unknown Attacks — A Start -- Assessment of Intrusion Detection Systems -- Evaluation of the Diagnostic Capabilities of Commercial Intrusion Detection Systems -- A Stochastic Model for Intrusions -- Attacks against Computer Network: Formal Grammar-Based Framework and Simulation Tool -- Capacity Verification for High Speed Network Intrusion Detection Systems -- Adaptive Intrusion Detection Systems -- Performance Adaptation in Real-Time Intrusion Detection Systems -- Intrusion Detection Analysis -- Accurate Buffer Overflow Detection via Abstract Pay load Execution -- Introducing Reference Flow Control for Detecting Intrusion Symptoms at the OS Level -- The Effect of Identifying Vulnerabilities and Patching Software on the Utility of Network Intrusion Detection.

On behalf of the program committee, it is our pleasure to present to you the proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection (RAID). Since its ?rst edition in 1998, RAID has established itself as the main annual intrusion detection event, attracting researchers, practitioners, and v- dors from all over the world. The RAID 2002 program committee received 81 submissions (64 full papers and 17 extended abstracts) from 20 countries. This is about 50% more than last year. All submissions were carefully reviewed by at least three program comm- tee members or additional intrusion-detection experts according to the criteria ofscienti?cnovelty,importancetothe?eld,andtechnicalquality.Finalselection took place at a meeting held on May 15–16, 2002, in Oakland, USA. Sixteen full papers were selected for presentation and publication in the conference proc- dings. In addition, three extended abstracts of work in progress were selected for presentation. The program included both fundamental research and practical issues. The seven sessions were devoted to the following topics: anomaly detection, steppi- stonedetection,correlationofintrusion-detectionalarms,assessmentofintrusi- detectionsystems,intrusiontolerance,legalaspects,adaptiveintrusion-detection systems, and intrusion-detection analysis. RAID 2002 also hosted a panel on “Cybercrime,” a topic of major concern for both security experts and the public. Marcus J. Ranum, the founder of Network Flight Recorder, Inc., delivered a keynote speech entitled “Challenges for the Future of Intrusion Detection”.

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