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    Title: Dynamic Forensics System with Intrusion Tolerance Based on Hierarchical Coloured Petri-nets
    Authors: 陳興忠;Chen, Hsing-Chung;陳興忠;Chen, Hsing-Chung;陳興忠;Chen, Hsing-Chung
    Contributors: 資訊工程學系
    Date: 2010-11
    Issue Date: 2012-11-22 17:15:14 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In this paper, we propose a dynamic forensics system
    (DFS) with intrusion tolerance by using Hierarchical Fuzzy
    Coloured Petri-Nets (HFCPNs), which is utilized to analyze the
    risk level of the packet received from real server. We improve the
    intrusion tolerance mechanism [6] by using the HFCPNs. When the
    server is under some threats of intrusion, the malicious packet can
    be detected by the DFS, and will redirect them to shadow server.
    By way of using the Coloured Petri Nets and depending on the
    operator’s experience of fuzzy control, we support more detail
    design for DFS which can detect more malicious threats than [6].
    Therefore, the design of transition will be more flexible for
    preventing various malicious threats in the DFS.
    Relation: The Third International Workshop on Next Generation of Wireless and Mobile Networks(NGWMN2010)
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