SSF.App.Worm

Package SSF.App.Worm: This package models the spread of a worm in a network using a macroscopic epidemic model. This package models the spread of a worm in a network using a macroscopic epidemic model. Since the epidemic may encompass hundreds of thousands of hosts, the idea is to partially decouple the worm spread from the packet-level network model. Thus, we model the ”whole Internet” at a coarse macroscopic level (for the worm spread) and some part of it in more detail (the ”microscopic” or network level) using SSFNet entities such as routers and hosts.

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  1. Leszczyna, Rafal; Fovino, Igor Nai; Masera, Marcelo: Simulating malware with malsim (2010) ioport
  2. Bradley, Jeremy T.; Gilmore, Stephen T.; Hillston, Jane: Analysing distributed internet worm attacks using continuous state-space approximation of process algebra models (2008)
  3. El-Far, Ibrahim K.; Ford, Richard; Ondi, Attila; Pancholi, Manan: Suppressing the spread of email malcode using short-term message recall. (2005) ioport