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Re: Re: Snort with an expert system Jun 22 2009 07:47PM
tol sics se (1 replies)
Re: Snort with an expert system Jun 25 2009 08:45AM
Stefano Zanero (s zanero securenetwork it) (1 replies)
tol (at) sics (dot) se [email concealed] wrote:
> Hi,
> Coming late into this conversation, but what about using statistical learning filtering instead of an expert system?

Sorry to be blunt, but I don't really see how this can possibly lead to
finding or filtering false positives in a misuse detector. And no, the
experiments on the cited paper fail to convince me.

Best,
Stefano

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Re: Snort with an expert system Jun 25 2009 09:08AM
Tomas Olsson (tol sics se) (1 replies)
Re: Snort with an expert system Jun 25 2009 09:48AM
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Re: Snort with an expert system Jun 25 2009 10:19AM
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