Jorge Luis Guerra

Jorge Luis Guerra
National University of Cuyo | UNCUYO · Institute for Information and Comunication Technologies (ITIC)

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Even though a train/test split of the dataset randomly performed is a common practice, could not always be the best approach for estimating performance generalization under some scenarios. The fact is that the usual machine learning methodology can sometimes overestimate the generalization error when a dataset is not representative or when rare and...
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In contrast to previous surveys, the present work is not focused on reviewing the datasets used in the network security field. The fact is that many of the available public labeled datasets represent the network behavior just for a particular time period. Given the rate of change in malicious behavior and the serious challenge to label, and maintai...
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In contrast to previous surveys, the present work is not focused on reviewing the datasets used in the network security field. The fact is that many of the available public labeled datasets represent the network behavior just for a particular time period. Given the rate of change in malicious behavior and the serious challenge to label, and maintai...
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Domain Name Service is a trusted protocol made for name resolution, but during past years some approaches have been developed to use it for data transfer. DNS Tunneling is a method where data is encoded inside DNS queries, allowing information exchange through the DNS. This characteristic is attractive to hackers who exploit DNS Tunneling method to...
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Labeling a real network dataset is specially expensive in computer security, as an expert has to ponder several factors before assigning each label. This paper describes an interactive intelligent system to support the task of identifying hostile behaviors in network logs. The RiskID application uses visualizations to graphically encode features of...
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In the field of network security, the process of labeling a network traffic dataset is specially expensive since expert knowledge is required to perform the annotations. With the aid of visual analytic applications such as RiskID, the effort of labeling network traffic is considerable reduced. However, since the label assignment still requires an e...
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In the field of network security, the process of labeling a network traffic dataset is specially expensive since expert knowledge is required to perform the annotations. With the aid of visual analytic applications such as RiskID, the effort of labeling network traffic is considerable reduced. However, since the label assignment still requires an e...
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Domain Name Service is a central part of Internet regular operation. Such importance has made it a common target of different malicious behaviors such as the application of Domain Generation Algorithms (DGA) for command and control a group of infected computers or Tunneling techniques for bypassing system administrator restrictions. A common detect...
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The problem of detecting malicious behavior in network traffic has become an extremely difficult challenge for the security community. Consequently, several intelligence-based tools have been proposed to generate models capable of understanding the information trav-eling through the network and to help in the identification of suspicious connection...
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This paper presents a graphical interface to identify hostile behavior in network logs. The problem of identifying and labeling hostile behavior is well known in the network security community. There is a lack of labeled datasets, which make it difficult to deploy automated methods or to test the performance of manual ones. We describe the process...

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