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Can anyone suggest to me how I can pass a parameter to a java thread?
Also, how does it work for anonymous classes?
I'm trying to improve a signature based IDS with JAVA and so I'm using jnetpcap to capture network packets. In my project I need to analyze these network packets and I should classify them according to if they are suspicious(attack) or reliable(normal). For this, I'm using the KDD CUP 99 Dataset to classify my packets.
My question is;
- Is it possible to create each attribute of KDD CUP 99 Dataset with using jnetpcap? If it is, then how can I do this?
For example, I need to identify *rerror_rate(definition is like below) from network packets and I don't know how can I realize this?
*rerror_rate : % of connections that have ‘REJ’ errors to the same host.
I also need to identify the other attributes of this dataset and If I can identify rerror_rate maybe it can show me a way to identify the others.
Thanks in advance.
what I have to do to catch packets across the LAN? Now grabs only with my host. Code:
I am currently working on a project related to bandwidth throttling by analysis flow vise bandwidth consumption. I have come across research publications which does something similar using CISCO NetFlow. I am interested to know, how jnetpcap group packets in to flows and how using jnetpcap flow is justifiable as an alternative to CISCO NetFlow.
I have used the Jnetpcap library to implement the core functionality of my project. I am grateful to any clarification you could offer.