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|Title: ||Visualization Tool for Network Forensics Analysis Using an Intrusion Detection System CyberViZ|
|Authors: ||Abeyrathne, K.B.|
Yaparathna, Y. M. P. K. B.
Illangarathne, I. M.
Wadigamangawa, A. H. M. S. D. B.
De Silva, D. P. H. R.
|Issue Date: ||Dec-2009|
|Series/Report no.: ||SLIIT/LIB/1;|
|Abstract: ||This research is motivated by the criticality of network security in today’s world, particularly the overreaching importance of
the human defenders role in protecting the network infrastructure, detecting malicious activity and visualizing the network traffic
in order to provide necessary evidence for cyber crimes. In here the main goal is to analyze this kind of information using
visualization methods that supports panoramically views and human centralized analysis. This utilizes resource and time more
efficiently compared to the traditional methods. Through the proposed system, the system administrators can make use of the
online network visualizing process to trace suspicious network activities or potential attacks to the network system. The most
important part of this study is to provide network forensic analysts an offline network visualization process to collect necessary
evidence for a cyber crime occurred recently in the network by using the data gathered through the intrusion detection system.|
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