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Connection-Chains: A Review and Taxonomy Ahmad Almulhem and Issa Traore
 

Summary: Connection-Chains: A Review and Taxonomy
Ahmad Almulhem and Issa Traore
ISOT Research Lab
www.isot.ece.uvic.ca
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
University of Victoria, CANADA
December 2005
Technical Report ECE-05.4, 2005
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Connection-Chains: A Review and Taxonomy
Ahmad Almulhem and Issa Traore
ISOT Research Lab, ECE Department, University of Victoria, CANADA
{almulhem, itraore}@ece.uvic.ca
(Technical Report ECE-05.4, 2005)
Abstract--A connection-chain is a set of connections created
by sequentially logging into a series of hosts, known as stepping-
stones. It provides an effective scheme for attackers to manually
interact with a victim machine without disclosing their true
origin. The victim will only identify the last host in the chain,
while the true origin is hidden behind a series of stepping-stones.

  

Source: Almulhem, Ahmad - Computer Engineering Department, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences