DETER Publishes Latest Community Workshop Papers

| June 26, 2006

An overview of the two-day symposium in Arlington, VA, which discussed ongoing activity and research.

DETER, an NSF/DHS-funded Internet security research consortium headquartered at ISI, held a two-day symposium June 15-16 in Arlington, VA to discuss ongoing activity and research. The papers presented at that event are now available on-line.

Journal Cover The Proceedings of the event have been published in a bound volume (see illustration). Click here to download the complete volumeAlternatively, here is the complete program with links to individual presentations. Click on the pdf to download the presentations.


  • Overview pdf
    Terry Benzel, USC – ISI, George Kesidis, Penn State

9:45 – 10:45 DDOS Methodology Talks (20 minute talks)

  • DDoS Experiment Methodology pdf
    Alefiya Hussain, Stephen Schwab and Roshan Thomas, SPARTA Inc.
    Sonia Fahmy, Purdue University
    Jelena Mirkovic, University of Delaware
  • Benchmarks for DDoS Defense Evaluation pdf
    Jelena Mirkovic, Erinc Arikan and Songjie Wei, University of Delaware
    Sonia Fahmy, Purdue University
    Roshan Thomas, SPARTA Inc.
    Peter Reiher, University of California Los Angeles

10:45 – 11:15 Break

11:15 – 12:15 DDOS Experiment Talks (20 minute talks)

  • Towards Systematic IDS Evaluation pdf
    Calvin Ko, Alefiya Hussain, Stephen Schwab, Roshan Thomas, Brett Wilson, SPARTA Inc.
  • Measuring Impact of DoS Attacks pdf
    Jelena Mirkovic, University of Delaware
    Sonia Fahmy, Purdue University
    Peter Reiher, University of California Los Angeles
    Roshan Thomas, Alefiya Hussain, Steven Schwab and Calvin Ko, SPARTA, Inc.
  • High Fidelity Denial of Service (DoS) Experimentation pdf
    Roman Chertov, Sonia Fahmy and Ness B. Shroff, Purdue University


12:15 – 2:00 Lunch and Demo/Poster Presentations

2:00 – 3:30 BGP Experiment Talks (20 Minute Talks)

  • Preliminary BGP Multiple-Origin Autonomous Systems (MOAS) Experiments on the DETER Testbed pdf
    Glenn Carl, George Kesidis, Shashi Phoha and Bharat Madan, Pennsylvania State University
  • BGPRV: A Library for Fast and Efficient Routing Data Manipulation pdf
    Kevin Butlter and Patrick D. McDaniel, Pennsylvania State University
    Sophie Y. Qiu, Johns Hopkins University
  • ELISHA: A Visual and Interactive Tool for BGP Anomaly Detection and Analysis pdf
    Shih-Ming Tseng, S. Felix Wu, Kwan-Liu Ma and Chen-Nee Chuah, UCDavis
    Soon-Tee Teoh, San Jose State University
    Ke Zhang, Cisco
    Xiaoliang Leon Zhao, Juniper Network
  • Testing Large Scale BGP Security in Replayable Network Environments pdf
    Kevin Butler and Patrick McDaniel, Pennsylvania State University

3:30 – 4:00 Break, Demos, Posters Open

4:00 – 5:30 Worm Experiment Talks (30 minute talks)

  • Formally Specifying Design Goals of Worm Defense Strategies pdf
    Linda Briesemeister and Phillip A. Porras, SRI International
  • Evaluation of a Collaborative End-Host Worm Defense System pdf
    Senthil Cheetancheri, Karl Levitt and Jeff Rowe, University of California, Davis
    John Mark Agosta, Denver Dash and Eve Schooler, Intel Research
  • Scanning worm emulation on the DETER testbed pdf
    Lunquan Li, George Kesidis and Peng Liu, Pennsylvania State University

5:30 – 7:00 Reception, Demos, Posters Open

June 16 – day 2

7:30 – 8:30 Registration

8:30 – 9:00 Continental Breakfast

9:00 – 9:15 Transitioning the Testbed to Operations and Maintenance: Dr. Douglas Maughan, DHS

9:15 – 10:15 Applications

  • Application of DETER in Large-Scale Cyber Security Exercises pdf
    Ron Ostrenga, Sparta Inc., Paul Walczak, Warrior LLC
  • Running Live Self-Propagating Malware on the DETER Testbed pdf
    Cliff Neuman, Chinmay Shah, Kevin Lahey, USC- ISI

10:15 – 10:45 Break 10:45 – 12:00 New Hardware and Facilities

  • Research Acceleration for Multiprocessing (RAMP) pdf
    (15 minutes)
    Anthony Joseph (UC Berkeley)
  • Stress-Testing a Gbps Intrusion Prevention Device on DETER (30 minutes) pdf
    Nicholas Weaver and Vern Paxson (ICSI)
  • Security Experimenters Workbench (30 minutes) pdf
    Steve Schwab (SPARTA, Inc.) and Terry Benzel (USC/ISI)

12:00 – 1:00 Lunch

1:00 -2:45 Tools and Methodologies (20 minute talks)

  • Topology Generation, Instrumentation, and Experimental Control Tools for Emulation Testbeds pdf
    Roman Chertov, Sonia Fahmy, Pankaj Kumar, David Bettis, Abdallah Khreishah and Ness B. Shroff, Purdue University
  • Multidimensional Flow Mining for Digesting, Visualization, Anomaly Detection, and Signature Extraction pdf
    Jisheng Wang, David J. Miller and George Kesidis, Penn State University
  • Programmatically Generating Topologies and Configurations pdf
    Wesley Griffin and Ron Ostrenga, SPARTA, Inc.
  • An Integrated Experiment Specification and Visualization Tool for Testbed Emulation pdf
    Lunquan Li, Peng Liu and George Kesidis, Pennsylvania State University
  • Tools and Methodologies Discussion
    George Kesidis (Moderator)

2:303:00 Future Plans and Wrap Up

3:00 Adjourn

Published on June 26th, 2006

Last updated on June 6th, 2024

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