Non-standard incident prediction

Monday, 5 June 2006, 3:14 PM EST

We are all familiar with the use of firewall logs, intrusion detection alerts, antivirus warnings, and watching for "funny" entries in our system logs as ways to indicate that somebody on the Internet is up to no good. But those traditional detection systems don't do any good against attacks that are not oriented on one of the traditional seven layers of the OSI model.

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