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Architecture and Implementation

  • Ali A. Ghorbani
  • Wei Lu
  • Mahbod Tavallaee
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Part of the Advances in Information Security book series (ADIS, volume 47)

Abstract

Based on the place where data source are collected and analyzed, the IDS can be classified into centralized, distributed and agent based. In this Chapter, we discuss each category in terms of its architecture and implementation.

The first generation of IDSs is generally implemented inside the mainframe computer systems that they monitor and protect. These host-based IDSs run on the target system in order to monitor and analyze the operating system and host activities and to detect malicious activities. Due to the overhead caused by IDSs on the target system, the next generation of IDSs is proposed in which the intrusion monitoring, analysis and detection are moved from the target system to a separate system. Most of current IDSs are centralized systems. With a centralized architecture, all of the monitoring, detection, and response activities are controlled directly by a central console. Figure 5.1 illustrates a generic centralized IDS architecture.

Keywords

Intrusion Detection Mobile Agent Target System Intrusion Detection System Attack Strategy 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of New BrunswickFrederictonCanada

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