Secure Network Provenance

This paper introduces Secure Network Provenance (SNP), a novel technique that enables networked systems to explain to their operators why they are in a certain state - e.g., why a suspicious routing table entry is present on a certain router, or where a given cache entry originated. SNP provides network forensics capabilities by permitting operators to track down faulty or misbehaving nodes, and to assess the damage such nodes may have caused to the rest of the system. SNP is designed for adversarial settings and is robust to manipulation; its tamper-evident properties ensure that operators can detect when compromised nodes lie or falsely implicate correct nodes.

Provided by: University of Pennsylvania Topic: Mobility Date Added: Sep 2011 Format: PDF

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