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New conference paper “Detecting Encrypted Botnet Traffic” at Global Internet 2013

The paper “Detecting Encrypted Botnet Traffic” was accepted by Global Internet 2013 in Turin, Italy (available at http://www.netsec.colostate.edu/~zhang/DetectingEncryptedBotnetTraffic.pdf) From the abstract: Bot detection methods that rely on deep packet in- spection (DPI) can be foiled by encryption. Encryption, however, increases … Continue reading

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new conference paper “Low-Rate, Flow-Level Periodicity Detection” at Global Internet 2011

The paper “Low-Rate, Flow-Level Periodicity Detection”, by Genevieve Bartlett, John Heidemann, and Christos Papadopoulos is being presented at IEEE Global Internet 2011 in Shanghai, China this week. The full text is available at http://www.isi.edu/~johnh/PAPERS/Bartlett11a.pdf. The abstract summarizes the work: As … Continue reading

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Paper at Global Internet 2010

Chris Wilcox presented a paper titled “Correlating Spam Activity with IP Address Characteristics” In Global Inernet 2010. The paper uses Lander survey data as well as spam data from eSoft. Abstract: It is well known that spam bots mostly utilize … Continue reading

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New conference paper “Correlating Spam Activity with IP Address Characteristics” at Global Internet

The paper “Correlating Spam Activity with IP Address Characteristics” (available at PDF Format) was accepted and presented at Global Internet 2010. The focus of this paper is to quantify the collateral damage (legitimate mail servers incorrectly blacklisted) caused by the … Continue reading

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