|PDF Title :||Hacking Exposed Malware and Rootkits|
|Total Page :||400 Pages|
|PDF Size :||8.4 MB|
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The forerunner of intrusion prevention technology was intrusion detection in which static signature sets were implemented in order to identify unwanted and/or malicious traffic on a network or host. An IPS has several advantages over an IDS, specifically where the IPS is designed to sit in line with traffic flows to prevent an attack rather than idle on a wire and simply issue an alarm when an event occurs that may or may not be noticed by security staff.
Most IPSs can also inspect and decode network packets up to layer 7 (the Application layer), providing a much deeper insight into the actual content of data crossing your network, which is where the attacks hide today. Packet decoding is the process of taking binary data and passing it through an engine that decodes the data into a human-readable form. In the analysis phase of packet inspection, an analyst will review the information in decoded packets in an attempt to validate network activity that has been detected and is visible.
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