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Security is a psychological impulse within ourselves so we feel comfortable and protected. Security is the idea of something being in a location unable to be modified, stolen, damaged and or removed without permission. According to the American Heritage Dictionary of English Language (2006) secure is a word describing freedom of danger, attack and risk of loss. A sense of security has always been an element of the human infrastructure to protect what is theirs from outside intruders. We can see this in the methods by which ancient people constructed their homes and the usage of fortifications in their villages, towns and cities. These ancient protections were an essential part of life, to live in safety and comfort while the daily activities were carried out. In modern times our military, the civilian police force and other government services reflect such protective methods. A major difference is, while physical fortifications were sufficient for our ancestors, we must incorporate cyber fortifications to meet the challenges of today’s environment.
Intruders today use malicious binary codes as the latest weaponry for a battering-ram technique to demolish and bypass our cyber security walls, so they can pillage and collect the bounty of their victim’s cyber home. Jang describe the growing age of information warfare, which reflect information security as displaying patterns that expand into a more offensive than defensive stance….
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Technologist Intruder Profiling – Conceptual Framework
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The process of executing an Exploit using Metasploit tool (Hicks, Mark. 2005)
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Format of analysis of the outcome of survey
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The proposed time table for the research
Introduction:
This research is targeted to establish a detailed methodology of network intrusion profiling such that security policies on collaborative IDPS frameworks can be implemented. A brief overview of the context is introduced in this section.
1.1 History of Security amp. Intrusion
Security is a psychological impulse within ourselves so we feel comfortable and protected. Security is the idea of something being in a location unable to be modified, stolen, damaged and or removed without permission. According to the American Heritage Dictionary of English Language (2006) secure is a word describing freedom of danger, attack and risk of loss. A sense of security has always been an element of the human infrastructure to protect what is theirs from outside intruders. We can see this in the methods by which ancient people constructed their homes and the usage of fortifications in their villages, towns and cities. These ancient protections were an essential part of life, to live in safety and comfort while the daily activities were carried out. In modern times our military, the civilian police force and other government services reflect such protective methods. A major difference is, while physical fortifications were sufficient for our ancestors, we must incorporate cyber fortifications to meet the challenges of today’s environment.
Intruders today use malicious binary codes as the latest weaponry for a battering-ram technique