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2022 ◽  
Vol 20 (2) ◽  
pp. 191-197
Ricardo Conde Camillo da Silva ◽  
Marcos Paulo Oliveira Camargo ◽  
Matheus Sanches Quessada ◽  
Anderson Claiton Lopes ◽  
Jacinto Diassala Monteiro Ernesto ◽  

baraa I. Farhan ◽  
Ammar D.Jasim

The use of deep learning in various models is a powerful tool in detecting IoT attacks, identifying new types of intrusion to access a better secure network. Need to developing an intrusion detection system to detect and classify attacks in appropriate time and automated manner increases especially due to the use of IoT and the nature of its data that causes increasing in attacks. Malicious attacks are continuously changing, that cause new attacks. In this paper we present a survey about the detection of anomalies, thus intrusion detection by distinguishing between normal behavior and malicious behavior while analyzing network traffic to discover new attacks. This paper surveys previous researches by evaluating their performance through two categories of new datasets of real traffic are (CSE-CIC-IDS2018 dataset, Bot-IoT dataset). To evaluate the performance we show accuracy measurement for detect intrusion in different systems.

Sensors ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 22 (2) ◽  
pp. 567
Muhammad Husnain ◽  
Khizar Hayat ◽  
Enrico Cambiaso ◽  
Ubaid U. Fayyaz ◽  
Maurizio Mongelli ◽  

The advancement in the domain of IoT accelerated the development of new communication technologies such as the Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) protocol. Although MQTT servers/brokers are considered the main component of all MQTT-based IoT applications, their openness makes them vulnerable to potential cyber-attacks such as DoS, DDoS, or buffer overflow. As a result of this, an efficient intrusion detection system for MQTT-based applications is still a missing piece of the IoT security context. Unfortunately, existing IDSs do not provide IoT communication protocol support such as MQTT or CoAP to validate crafted or malformed packets for protecting the protocol implementation vulnerabilities of IoT devices. In this paper, we have designed and developed an MQTT parsing engine that can be integrated with network-based IDS as an initial layer for extensive checking against IoT protocol vulnerabilities and improper usage through a rigorous validation of packet fields during the packet-parsing stage. In addition, we evaluate the performance of the proposed solution across different reported vulnerabilities. The experimental results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed solution for detecting and preventing the exploitation of vulnerabilities on IoT protocols.

Drones ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (1) ◽  
pp. 21
Ruohao Zhang ◽  
Jean-Philippe Condomines ◽  
Emmanuel Lochin

The rapid development of Internet of Things (IoT) technology, together with mobile network technology, has created a never-before-seen world of interconnection, evoking research on how to make it vaster, faster, and safer. To support the ongoing fight against the malicious misuse of networks, in this paper we propose a novel algorithm called AMDES (unmanned aerial system multifractal analysis intrusion detection system) for spoofing attack detection. This novel algorithm is based on both wavelet leader multifractal analysis (WLM) and machine learning (ML) principles. In earlier research on unmanned aerial systems (UAS), intrusion detection systems (IDS) based on multifractal (MF) spectral analysis have been used to provide accurate MF spectrum estimations of network traffic. Such an estimation is then used to detect and characterize flooding anomalies that can be observed in an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) network. However, the previous contributions have lacked the consideration of other types of network intrusions commonly observed in UAS networks, such as the man in the middle attack (MITM). In this work, this promising methodology has been accommodated to detect a spoofing attack within a UAS. This methodology highlights a robust approach in terms of false positive performance in detecting intrusions in a UAS location reporting system.

Sensors ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 22 (2) ◽  
pp. 432
Xuan-Ha Nguyen ◽  
Xuan-Duong Nguyen ◽  
Hoang-Hai Huynh ◽  
Kim-Hung Le

Cyber security has become increasingly challenging due to the proliferation of the Internet of things (IoT), where a massive number of tiny, smart devices push trillion bytes of data to the Internet. However, these devices possess various security flaws resulting from the lack of defense mechanisms and hardware security support, therefore making them vulnerable to cyber attacks. In addition, IoT gateways provide very limited security features to detect such threats, especially the absence of intrusion detection methods powered by deep learning. Indeed, deep learning models require high computational power that exceeds the capacity of these gateways. In this paper, we introduce Realguard, an DNN-based network intrusion detection system (NIDS) directly operated on local gateways to protect IoT devices within the network. The superiority of our proposal is that it can accurately detect multiple cyber attacks in real time with a small computational footprint. This is achieved by a lightweight feature extraction mechanism and an efficient attack detection model powered by deep neural networks. Our evaluations on practical datasets indicate that Realguard could detect ten types of attacks (e.g., port scan, Botnet, and FTP-Patator) in real time with an average accuracy of 99.57%, whereas the best of our competitors is 98.85%. Furthermore, our proposal effectively operates on resource-constraint gateways (Raspberry PI) at a high packet processing rate reported about 10.600 packets per second.

Cybersecurity ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 5 (1) ◽  
Raisa Abedin Disha ◽  
Sajjad Waheed

AbstractTo protect the network, resources, and sensitive data, the intrusion detection system (IDS) has become a fundamental component of organizations that prevents cybercriminal activities. Several approaches have been introduced and implemented to thwart malicious activities so far. Due to the effectiveness of machine learning (ML) methods, the proposed approach applied several ML models for the intrusion detection system. In order to evaluate the performance of models, UNSW-NB 15 and Network TON_IoT datasets were used for offline analysis. Both datasets are comparatively newer than the NSL-KDD dataset to represent modern-day attacks. However, the performance analysis was carried out by training and testing the Decision Tree (DT), Gradient Boosting Tree (GBT), Multilayer Perceptron (MLP), AdaBoost, Long-Short Term Memory (LSTM), and Gated Recurrent Unit (GRU) for the binary classification task. As the performance of IDS deteriorates with a high dimensional feature vector, an optimum set of features was selected through a Gini Impurity-based Weighted Random Forest (GIWRF) model as the embedded feature selection technique. This technique employed Gini impurity as the splitting criterion of trees and adjusted the weights for two different classes of the imbalanced data to make the learning algorithm understand the class distribution. Based upon the importance score, 20 features were selected from UNSW-NB 15 and 10 features from the Network TON_IoT dataset. The experimental result revealed that DT performed well with the feature selection technique than other trained models of this experiment. Moreover, the proposed GIWRF-DT outperformed other existing methods surveyed in the literature in terms of the F1 score.

Neil Dalal ◽  
Nadeem Akhtar ◽  
Anubhav Gupta ◽  
Nikhil Karamchandani ◽  
Gaurav S. Kasbekar ◽  

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