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REQUIREMENTS ON WORM MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES IN MANETS Robert G. Cole and Nam Phamdo
 

Summary: REQUIREMENTS ON WORM MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES IN MANETS
Robert G. Cole and Nam Phamdo
JHU Applied Physics Laboratory
{robert.cole,nam.phamdo}@jhuapl.edu
Moheeb A. Rajab and Andreas Terzis
Johns Hopkins University
{moheeb,terzis}@cs.jhu.edu
Abstract
This study presents an analysis of the impact of mitiga-
tion on computer worm propagation in Mobile Ad-hoc Net-
works (MANETS). According to the recent DARPA BAA -
Defense Against Cyber Attacks on MANETS [4], "One
of the most severe cyber threats is expected to be worms
with arbitrary payload that can infect and saturate MANET-
based networks on the order of seconds". Critical to the de-
sign of effective worm counter measures in MANET envi-
ronments is an understanding of the propagation mecha-
nisms and the performance of the mitigation technologies.
This work aims to advance the security of these critical sys-
tems through increased knowledge of propagation mecha-

  

Source: Amir, Yair - Department of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University
Terzis, Andreas - Department of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences