Decentralised Soft-Security in Distributed Systems

Paul Kiddie 1, * Costas Constantinou 1
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Abstract : We present an approach to intrusion detection in wireless peer-to peer networks by combining abstractions of game theory and artificial immune systems. The application to wireless networks of each of these abstractions in isolation has been well-explored, but their combined application is novel. Current detection methodology relies on a binary response, but it is hypothesised that a graded approach to response is more applicable within peer to peer networks, as nodes may be non-malicious but can exhibit varying degrees of unreliability and implied uncertainty in their operation. A rigorous simulation methodology is presented using several well researched attacks such as wormholes.
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Srdjan Krco and Konrad Wrona. PhD-NOW, Sep 2008, Sophia Antipolis, France. 2008
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Paul Kiddie, Costas Constantinou. Decentralised Soft-Security in Distributed Systems. Srdjan Krco and Konrad Wrona. PhD-NOW, Sep 2008, Sophia Antipolis, France. 2008. 〈inria-00315786〉

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