Net fingerprints combat attacks

Wednesday, 30 March 2005, 4:45 PM EST

Eighty large net service firms have switched on software to spot and stop net attacks automatically.

The system creates digital fingerprints of ongoing incidents that are sent to every network affected. Firms involved in the smart sensing system believe it will help trace attacks back to their source.

At the BBC.

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