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Title: Adaptive Traffic-Aware Firewall by using Treaps
Authors: Goruputi, B.
Keywords: Computer Science & Engineering
Issue Date: 2015
Abstract: Firewall is an important part of network security management. Traditional firewall sequentially match the incoming packet with its rule set. The static interface of such firewalls may result in reduced efficiency and denial of service attack on the firewall itself. Traffic-aware firewall analyses the network traffic and order the rules such that the matching time is minimized. However, due to the dynamic nature of Internet traffic, the traffic-aware needs to reorder their rules. The cost of reordering is substantial and it needs to be done offline. In this work we propose to use treap, a randomized data structure to optimize both the comparison as well as the reordering cost.
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