A Casual Network Security Monitoring System using a Portable Sensor Device and Wiki Software

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A Casual Network Security Monitoring using a Portable Sensor Device and Wiki Software is a 2012 conference paper written in English by Takashi Yamanoue, Kentaro Oda, Koichi Shimozono and published in SAINT.

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A casual network security monitoring system is proposed in this paper. The system is easy to deploy without reconfiguring the central network infrastructure, the firewall, and the intrusion detector system (IDS) of an organization. A virus-infected host, which is hidden by the network address translator (NAT) of a sub LAN, can be identified easily by using this monitoring system with the IDS. This monitoring system consists of a portable sensor device and a web site with wiki software. The portable sensor device, which is located on a target LAN that may have virus-infected hosts, is remote-controlled by a network manager's commands. The commands and the results are written on a wiki page.

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