A Novel Intelligent Intrusion Detection, Decision, Response System.

IEICE Transactions 01/2006; 89-A:1630-1637. DOI: 10.1093/ietfec/e89-a.6.1630
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ABSTRACT This paper proposed a novel intelligent intrusion detection, decision, response system with fuzzy theory. This system utilized the two essential informations: times and time, of the failed login to decide automatically whether this login is a misuse user as alike as experienced system/security administrators. The database of this system isn't preestablished before working but is built and updated automatically during working. And this system is not only notification system but gives the exact and rapid decision and response to a misuse.

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