This is the proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer Network Defence which took place in December 2005 at the University of Glamorgan in the UK. Contributions are drawn from participants in a number of national and international organisations. A few of the topics covered are Computer Network Operations; Computer Network Attacks; Network Application Security; Web Security; Vulnerability Management and Tracking; Wireless and Mobile Security and more.
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Table of ContentsNetwork Defence.- Network Penetration Testing.- A Taxonomy of Criteria for Evaluating Defence Mechanisms against Flooding DoS Attacks.- Spam Honey Pot Research.- Privacy protection mechanism in grid environment.- Flow Label Filtering Feasibility.- The Representation and use of Relation Information for the Detection of Threats by Security Information Management Systems.- Intelligent real-time reactive Network Management.- Security in Passive Optical Network via Wavelength Hopping and Codes cycling techniques.- A Model of Deploying Deception in a Computer Network Operations (CNO) Environment.- Wireless & Ad Hoc Network Security.- Taxonomy of Attacks on Wireless Sensor Networks.- A Lightweight Identity Authentication Mechanism for Self-Organizing Wireless Sensor Networks.- Modelling the Spread of Computer Worms in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks.- Wily Attackers seek wireless networks in Perth, Western Australia for easy targets.- Investigating Authentication schemes in Wireless IP network.- Network Protocol Analysis & Cryptographic Applications.- Attack on Undeniable Partially Blind Signatures.- Evolutionary Approach in the Security Protocols Design.- A Scalable Multi-service Group Key Management Scheme.- Improvement of Adaptive Threshold RSA.- Intrusion Detection & Prevention.- A Log-Based Mining System for Network Node Correlation.- Exploring Vulnerabilities of Agent-based IDS: The Need for Agent Self-defence.- Detecting and Classifying Attacks in Computer Networks Using Feed-Forward and Elman Neural Networks.- Data Authentication and Trust Within Distributed Intrusion Detection System Inter-Component Communications.- Design and Implementation of a Fast String Matcher Utilizing Content Addressable Memory.- Zero hour outbreak prevention using distributed traffic anomaly detection.- Mediating Hosts' malicious Character.- Masquerade Detection by Using Activity Patterns.- Softwarefor Security in Networked Environments.- A Flexible, Open Source Software Architecture for Network-Based Forensic Computing & Intelligence Gathering.- Protecting Distributed Object Applications from Corruption of Class Bytecodes on Client Side.- Modelling and Construction of Web Services Security.- Improving Software Security through a RBAC-based Unified User Interface.- Normalising Events into Incidents Using Unified Intrusion Detection-Related Data