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Case study: Interactive visualization for Internet security

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4 Author(s)
Soon Tee Teoh ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., California Univ., Davis, CA, USA ; Kwan-Liu Ma ; S. F. Wu ; Xiaoliang Zhao

Internet connectivity is defined by a set of routing protocols which let the routers that comprise the Internet backbone choose the best route for a packet to reach its destination. One way to improve the security and performance of Internet is to routinely examine the routing data. In this case study, we show how interactive visualization of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) data helps characterize routing behavior, identify weaknesses in connectivity which could potentially cripple the Internet, as well as detect and explain actual anomalous events.

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Visualization, 2002. VIS 2002. IEEE

Date of Conference:

1-1 Nov. 2002