STAT

A framework for developing intrusion detection systems based on the State Transistion Analysis Technique

The STAT project provides a framework that supports the development and the control of scenario-based sensors. By using STAT, it is possible to create a set of sensors that will operate in different domains and environments, e.g., network-based sensors, host-based sensors, and application-based sensors. In addition, STAT provides an infrastructure to communicate securely with the deployed sensors so that it is possible to collect the results of scenario-based analysis and control sensors' configuration from a central location. Centralized management systems can be composed hierarchically to achieve scalability and extended control over large sets of sensors

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2002 (3 publications)

An Intrusion Detection System for Aglets G. Vigna, B. Cassell, D. Fayram Proceedings of the International Conference on Mobile Agents (MA 2002) BibTeX PDF (200.4 KB)

Intrusion Detection: A Brief History and Overview R. Kemmerer, G. Vigna IEEE Computer, 2002, vol. 35, no.4 BibTeX PDF (363.2 KB)

STATL: An Attack Language for State-based Intrusion Detection S. T. Eckmann, G. Vigna, R. Kemmerer Journal of Computer Security, 2002 BibTeX PDF (810.7 KB)

2001 (1 publication)

Designing a Web of Highly-Configurable Intrusion Detection Sensors G. Vigna, R. Kemmerer, P. Blix Proceedings of the International Symposium on Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection (RAID 2001) BibTeX PDF (218.7 KB)

2000 (1 publication)

Attack Languages G. Vigna, S. T. Eckmann, R. Kemmerer Proceedings of the Information Survivability Workshop (ISW 2000) BibTeX

1999 (1 publication)

NetSTAT: A Network-based Intrusion Detection System G. Vigna, R. Kemmerer Journal of Computer Security, 1999, vol. 7, no.1 BibTeX

1998 (1 publication)

NetSTAT: A Network-based Intrusion Detection Approach G. Vigna, R. Kemmerer Proceedings of the Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC 1998) BibTeX

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Jan. 31, 2014, 2:49 p.m.