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Self-securing network interfaces (NIs) examine the packets that they move between network links and host software, looking for and potentially blocking malicious network activity. This paper describes how self-securing network interfaces can help administrators to identify and contain compromised machines within their intranet. By shadowing host state, self-securing NIs can better identify suspicious traffic originating from that host, including many explicitly designed to defeat networkdoi:10.1184/r1/6619613 fatcat:erefzsrnq5eifepy3quazvxiue