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126.96.36.199 Active Detection
As with network based IDSs, host
based IDS technology can feature either active or passive detection.
Active methods used by host-based systems can include:
- Terminating suspicious network connections;
- Shutting down services which are being attacked;
- Shutting off user accounts that are being used
for suspicious activities.
- Attempt to collect more information about the
With Active Detection, when a potential attack is detected, a HIDS may take steps like terminating network connections involved in the attack, shutting down services, logging off and invalidating user accounts which may be involved in the attack, and collecting further information about the attack and attacker.
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