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Worm Detection Using Local Networks

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Executive Summary

The need for a global monitoring system for Internet worm detection is clear. Likewise, the need for local detection and response is also obvious. In this paper, it used a large data set to review some of the worm monitoring and detection strategies proposed for large networks, and found them difficult to apply to local networks. In particular, the Kalman filter and victim number-based approaches proved unsuitable for smaller networks. They are of course appropriate for large systems, but what work well for local networks? This paper reviewed some of the monitoring strategies used for large networks. The need for a global monitoring system is clear. Likewise, the need for local detection and response is also obvious. However, many of the strategies are difficult to apply to local networks.

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