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Title: Using Constraints for Intrusion Detection: The NeMODe System
Authors: Salgueiro, Pedro
Diaz, Daniel
Brito, Isabel
Abreu, Salvador
Editors: Rocha, Ricardo
Launchbury, John
Keywords: Intrusion Detection
Constraint Programming
Domain-Specific Languages
Issue Date: Jan-2011
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Pedro Salgueiro and Daniel Diaz and Isabel Brito and Salvador Abreu, Using Constraints for Intrusion Detection: The NeMODe System, , Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages (PADL 2011), LNCS, Springer, Vol. 6539, Pag. 115-129, 2011.
Abstract: In this work we present NeMODe a declarative system for Computer Network Intrusion detection which provides a declarative Do- main Specific Language for describing computer network intrusion signa- tures that could spread across several network packets, which allows to state constraints over network packets, describing relations between sev- eral packets, and providing several back-end detection mechanisms which relies on Constraint Programming (CP) methodologies to find those in- trusions.
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