Review of A Semantic Approach to Host-based Intrusion Detection Systems Using Contiguous and Dis-contiguous System Call Patterns

International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
© 2015 by SSRG - IJCSE Journal
Volume 2 Issue 6
Year of Publication : 2015
Authors : Mr. Kulkarni Sagar S., Prof. Kahate Sandip A.

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Mr. Kulkarni Sagar S., Prof. Kahate Sandip A., "Review of A Semantic Approach to Host-based Intrusion Detection Systems Using Contiguous and Dis-contiguous System Call Patterns" SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 2.6 (2015): 9-12.

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Mr. Kulkarni Sagar S., Prof. Kahate Sandip A., (2015). Review of A Semantic Approach to Host-based Intrusion Detection Systems Using Contiguous and Dis-contiguous System Call Patterns. SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 2.6, 9-12.

Abstract:

Use of security tools are increased over recent years as a result of increased number of malicious events. To detect possible anomalous events security administrator makes use of intrusion detection system. Earlier intrusion detection systems have higher FPR and lower detection rate. This motivates many researchers for designing different models for detection. Designing host based intrusion detection is difficult task as there are various number of operating environment and difficulty in selecting features to be monitored for intrusion detection. This paper describes one of such host based intrusion detection system that has taken different approach for detecting anomalous events.

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Key Words:

Anomaly Detection; Intrusion Detection; Semantic Theory....