Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science
Paper Title : MODELING AND RESTRAINING MOBILE VIRUS PROPAGATION
Volume 03 Issue 07 2016
ISSN no: 2348-3121
Page no: 178-179
Abstract – Malware is persistent in networks, and poses a serious threat to network security. In order to fight against cyber attackers, it is important for defenders to understand malware behavior. In the existing system, malware is detected only in host level. This project examines the propagation of malware and proposes a two layer malware propagation model that is two time scanning to detect the spread of malware: the upper layer detects malware in network level, for example, domains of the Internet; the lower layer detects malware in hosts of a given network. The major advantage of the proposed system is that the IP address of the sender who is sending virus file will be blocked by the server. The virus file is deleted in the server itself and it cannot be sent to the intended receiver. The receiver can get the attacker details from the server. This two layer model improves the exactness compared with the available single layer epidemic model in malware modelling. Moreover, the proposed two layer model offers us the dissemination of malware in terms of the low layer network.
Keywords— Malware; Mobile Virus ; Networks
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