Malicous Mobile Code Experiments:
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Description: The automated spread of worms such as Code-Red, SQL/Slammer and Nimda have caused costly problems to computers connected to the Internet. Even users whose machines were not vulnerable to these threats suffered a loss of productivity and experienced great frustration as connectivity and network traffic were negatively impacted during outbreaks. Although the number of new worm attacks reported in the media seems to be declining, it is vital that researchers study the effects of malicious code on the global network to understand how to defend against future threats. The choice of system for studying the spread of worms and viruses in this work was Hephaestus, a discrete-event network simulator, developed during the course of the author''s dissertation. The book reports the results of several experiments on self-replicating malicious computer code-including the validation of the simulator through a study of the spread of Code-Red, efficiently defending against email-based worms and distributing policy information in an enterprise network-as well as a theoretical insight concerning spread metrics and how the damage caused by malicious code should be measured.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Vdm Verlag Dr Mueller E K