Discovering Flaws in IDS through Analysis of their Inputs

Abstract : To secure Wireless Ad-hoc Networks (WANET) against malicious behaviors , three components are needed: prevention, detection, and response. In this paper, we focus on Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) for WANET. We classify the different inputs used by the decision process of these IDS, according to their level of cooperation, and the source of their data. We then propose a decision aid which allows automated discovery of attacks for IDS, according to the inputs used. Finally we apply our framework to discover weaknesses in two existing IDS.
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Raphaël Jamet, Pascal Lafourcade. Discovering Flaws in IDS through Analysis of their Inputs. The Sixth International Symposium on Foundations and Practice of Security FPS’2013, 2013, La Rochelle, France. ⟨hal-01707722⟩

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