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and maintain information about the messages sent and received by the node The detector then also needs to perform similar calculations as performed by a node executing the routing protocol Therefore the complexity of the detector is typically similar to the complexity of executing the routing protocol itself This increases the detector complexity, and the data that needs to be stored on the detector to a level that may not be acceptable Another problem with speci cation-based detection is danger from misinterpretation of the protocol when the protocol is modeled in detail This will lead to false alarms because the alarm may be due to a misinterpretation of the protocol in the detector nite state machine To avoid this problem it has been proposed to simplify detectors by only modeling key characteristics of the protocol and not necessarily every detail This decreases complexity and simpli es the detector but leaves open the possibility that an attack exploiting the portions of the protocol behavior that are not modeled by the detector will go undetected
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In this chapter, we focused on detection of attacks from nodes that have penetrated the preventive barriers Nodes that are accepted as part of the MANET can take advantage of their acceptance in the network to launch attacks against other nodes and the network itself Typically launching such attacks involves taking abnormal actions As a result such behavior deviates from expected behavior and can be used for identifying the attackers IDS are typically used for detecting such attacks As was discussed throughout this chapter, there are still several questions that need to be researched further A systematic approach for intrusion detection in MANETs is urgently needed This would be along the lines of the approach taken in [80, 83], but which would be applicable to general scenarios It is also important to consider additional MANET characteristics that can be exploited for creating new intrusion detection techniques For example, it may be possible to exploit information from multiple layers in the stack (eg MAC, network layer) to improve detection accuracy through cross layer detection We expect that additional results in this area will be published in the next few years In this chapter we focused mostly on collecting data and then using that data for detecting attacks and the nodes that are responsible for those attacks In the next chapter we will focus on some approaches that can de ne the way to recover from the impacts of an attack
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Network management is an important network administrative function for ensuring the ef cient operation of a network Network management typically involves con guring the network when the network is rst set up so that it can become operational The initial con guration is based on the needs of the speci c mission and applications that are supported by the network The ability to con gure a network is called con guration management and is just one of the many aspects of successful network management Network management includes other capabilities such as fault management, performance management, and security management Fault management involves monitoring the network to detect events that disrupt the operation of the network such as equipment failures and link failures Performance management is a complementary function to fault management and involves monitoring the network to detect performance degradation in the operations of the network, even though there may not be any actual faults and all of the network elements are still operational Performance degradations can be detected, for example, when portions of the network are not supporting the needs of the mission and the applications Such events may be due to congestion in the network links because the corresponding link routes more application traf c than it can handle The performance degradation can then be addressed by changing the con guration of the network Security management is another important component of network management that involves performing all the functions necessary to ensure the secure operation of the network Key functions of security management include specifying the various parameters needed to support the various security services Such parameters could include the types of authentication and encryption mechanisms to use, the permissions the various users have, and the identities of users that are allowed to perform speci c functions and that can be trusted Nodes that have been detected misbehaving (eg via an IDS) may lose trust and may only be allowed to perform a limited set of functions, if any Although our focus in this chapter is on the security management aspect of network management, we will start our discussion with network management in general We do this in order to provide a general context that will frame the security management problem Network management has been the focus of research for a long time because it provides for ensuring ef cient operation of networks Several network management systems have been developed for automating the management of networks These systems, however, have traditionally been developed for networks that are fairly static and do not change frequently, such as enterprise IP networks and Internet Service Provider (ISP) networks Such networks typically include network equipment (eg routers and switches) placed in
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