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    MkamaP JF-Expert Member

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    I want to develop Network Intrusion detection system or Anonym detection system in c/c++ programming for network security. Based on Pattern matching and anomaly based......
    Can any body help me regarding this ...........
    Plz tell me links and any concept for this in c/c++.....
    How should i start it??????
     
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    Prince Member

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    developing security from scratch can be tricky. Best way is to consider mature solutions out there and learn how to harden them. There are good IDSs out there, some open source.

    unless you want to do it for academic purposes.
     
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    MkamaP JF-Expert Member

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    Definetly its for academic purposes
     
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    Pundit JF-Expert Member

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    Even for academic purposes, your best bet is to work with established approaches - the open source movement has tremendous resources on this- where you can sort of work your way backwards / reverse engineer the approaches to your liking.

    This is a pretty tall order by the way, how conversant are you with C++.

    Pardon my forwardness, but in the interest of clarity and efficiency, to me it sounds like the person equipped to do this should not be asking such a general question, and the person to be asking such a general question should not be one to delve into the depth of a sea as vast as this.

    See this

    http://www.unixreview.com/documents/s=7459/uni1030462740022/

    I have a bunch of PDF books if you want to concentrate on the subject and do it yourself.
     
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    MkamaP JF-Expert Member

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    Am well equiped with c/c++
    Hey would u plz pass me those PDF books.?If any, u can reach me thru mkamap@yahoo.com.
    Thx in adavance.

    U
     
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    MkamaP JF-Expert Member

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    Ok mzee
    ktk maeneno haya vipi kama unachochote ama mwenye chochote tukumbukane

    Network traffic anomaly detection system Na tena haswa kwenye attacks that exploit IP protocol insecurity;
    Nb lugha ya maongezi ni c/c++.
     
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    Pundit JF-Expert Member

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    Cheki "Secure Programming Cookbook for C and C++

    I am trying to attach it here but I am getting the below error.

    Is the Secure Programming Approach close to what you want or do you want to work strictly backwards from an intrusion detection system? In my opinion this should be very good.

    The table of contents is here

    http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596003944/toc.html

    Fiewall concepts should help guide the objectives of your coding, in light of that "Building Internet Firewalls" should be a good read to grasp some of the challenges in order to develop solutions with C++ . I have the PDF but cannot post here due to the error below.Similar titles I have in PDF are "Hack Proofing Your Wireless Network" and a bunch more on the "Hacking" subject. I am a white hat so don't let the interest in hacking concern you.



    The error Im getting is

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    Manitoba JF-Expert Member

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    It may help to start with doing some "Network Intrusion" (if you haven't) ... then later do some "Network Intrusion" detections.

    I guess making NMap & Metasploit your friends first might help ...
     
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    MkamaP JF-Expert Member

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    Mr
    Hey u can send me thru. mkamap@yahoo.com,

    I apreciate all u guys.
     
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