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Title: Using Constraints for Intrusion Detection: The NeMODe System
Authors: Salgueiro, Pedro
Diaz, Daniel
Sofia, Isabel
Abreu, Salvador
Editors: Rocha, Ricardo
Launchbury, John
Keywords: Constraint Programming
Intrusion Detection Systems
Domain Specific Languages
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Salgueiro, Pedro, et al. "Using constraints for intrusion detection: the NeMODe system." Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011. 115-129.
Abstract: In this work we present NeMODe a declarative system for Computer Network Intrusion detection which provides a declarative Domain Specific Language for describing computer network intrusion signatures that could spread across several network packets, which allows to state constraints over network packets, describing relations between several packets, and providing several back-end detection mechanisms which relies on Constraint Programming (CP) methodologies to find those intrusions.
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