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Active Network Intrusion Defense

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Active Network Intrusion Defense (ANID) is

[t]he capability to respond in real time to network intrusions by making changes to network devices such as routers, firewalls, intrusion detectors, etc.

Overview Edit

The ANID system will automatically disable routes used by a hacker. ANID will also employ a distributed architecture with intrusion-detection capabilities installed at very low levels, as well as a collection of smart agents to correlate sensor information and distribute summary-level alert information to neighboring nodes.

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