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Misery Digraphs: Delaying Intrusion Attacks in Obscure Clouds

Hussain M. J. Almohri, Layne T. Watson, David Evans
2018 IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security  
This paper introduces the concept of misery digraphs, which provide a theoretical foundation for creating intrusion deception in clouds.  ...  Our simulation results demonstrate that for a cloud implementing misery digraphs with a simple attack path of length five, there is a 91% probability that an attack requires at least 1000 steps to reach  ...  The benefit of delaying an attacker in a confusing cloud architecture is providing a larger response time window when an intrusion is detected. Fig. 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1109/tifs.2017.2779436 fatcat:i4vurucdrzhsjfxldhxn6kkmh4

LANGUAGE IN INDIA Strength for Today and Bright Hope for Tomorrow List of Contents

M Thirumalai, B Mallikarjun, Sam, B A Sharada, A R Fatihi, Lakhan, Marie Jennifer, S M Bayer, G Ravichandran, L Baskaran, Ramamoorthy, Swarna Assistant (+1 others)
2012 unpublished
The star temporarily obscured by a passing cloud is the most frequently recurring celestial image in The Leaves. The Sun The sun figures in a number of poems.  ...  Dramatic differences in context certainly may obscure or speciously highlight results.  ...  Perhaps it is their past misdeeds or their previous birth, etc. may cloud their minds as the possible causes. Early detection and early prevention are strange things yet in the lives of many.  ...