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A DFA with Extended Character-Set for Fast Deep Packet Inspection

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Deep packet inspection (DPI), based on regular expressions, is expressive, compact, and efficient in specifying attack signatures. We focus on their implementations based on general-purpose processors that are cost-effective and flexible to update. In this paper, we propose a novel solution, called deterministic finite automata with extended character-set (DFA/EC), which can significantly decrease the number of states through slightly extending the character-set. Different from existing state reduction algorithms, our solution requires only a single memory access for each byte in the traffic payload, which is the minimum. We perform experiments with the Snort rule-sets. Results show that, compared to DFA, a DFA/EC can be over four orders of magnitude smaller, has smaller memory bandwidth, and runs faster. We believe that DFA/EC will lay a groundwork for a new type of state compression technique in fast packet inspection.

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Parallel Processing (ICPP), 2011 International Conference on

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13-16 Sept. 2011

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