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Design and Implementation of an SSH Server Protection System using OpenFlow and Honeypots

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  • OpenFlowとハニーポットを用いたSSHログイン攻撃防止手法の提案と実装 (インターネットアーキテクチャ)
  • OpenFlowとハニーポットを用いたSSHログイン攻撃防止手法の提案と実装
  • OpenFlow ト ハニーポット オ モチイタ SSH ログイン コウゲキ ボウシ シュホウ ノ テイアン ト ジッソウ

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Variety of Internet access methods, typically via mobile networks, are available these days. This makes it easy to access remote servers reside in user's internal networks from outside. Although SSH is one of the most popular access method in such a situation, SSH servers are always under attack by numerous brute force cracking attempts. This paper describes a novel technique to protect SSH servers using OpenFlow and SSH honeypots. The system examines the access pattern of a user and when it concludes the access as cracking, the traffic is redirected to an SSH honeypot to protect the SSH server.


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