A Methodology for Evaluation of Host-Based Intrusion Prevention Systems and Its Application
Labbe, Keith G.
Rowe, Neil C.
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Host-based intrusion-prevention systems are currently popular technologies which try to prevent exploits from succeeding on a host. They are like host-based intrusion-detection systems  but include means to automatically take actions once malicious activities or code are discovered. This can include terminating connections, services, or ports; refusing commands; blocking packets from specific Internet addresses; initiating tracing of packets; and sending modified packets back to a user. Automated responses to exploits can be quick without human intervention. Around ten commercial vendors are currently offering intrusion-prevention products , and Snort-Inline  is a popular open-source tool. Total intrusion prevention is a difficult goal to achieve, since it takes time to recognize an exploit and by then the damage may be done. So it is important to have a way to test the often-broad claims of intrusion-prevention products.
This paper appeared in the Proceedings of the 7th IEEE Workshop on Information Assurance, West Point, NY, June 21-23 2006.
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