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Moreira Moura, G.C. (author), Sadre, R. (author), Pras, A. (author)
Analogous to the real world, sources of malicious activities on the Internet tend to be concentrated in certain networks instead of being evenly distributed. In this article, we formally define and frame such areas as Internet Bad Neighborhoods. By extending the reputation of malicious IP addresses to their neighbors, the bad neighborhood...
journal article 2014
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Moreira Moura, G.C. (author), Sadre, R. (author), Pras, A. (author)
It's known fact that malicious IP addresses are not evenly distributed over the IP addressing space. In this paper, we frame networks concentrating malicious addresses as bad neighborhoods. We propose a formal definition and show this concentration can be used to predict future attacks (new spamming sources, in our case), and propose an...
conference paper 2014
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Sangers, A. (author), Van Gijzen, M.B. (author)
Google uses the PageRank algorithm to determine the relative importance of a website. Link spamming is the name for putting links between websites with no other purpose than to increase the PageRank value of a website. To give a fair result to a search query it is important to detect whether a website is link spammed so that it can be filtered...
report 2013