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In-vehicle Network IDS Using Message Time Interval Infrastructure

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Automobiles have evolved from the concept of transportation into connected cars that are connected to a variety of devices. This increased the external contact point to access the car and allowed the attacker to have various access to the car. Despite this environment, the CAN used in the car’s internal network to date is very vulnerable. This is because the limited environment and characteristics of the car prevented security factors such as encryption and authentication from being applied. It is essential to apply security elements to the vehicle either, a successful exploitation by an attacker on a CAN network can affect a genuine veritable failure as well as mechanical issues. Therefore, in this paper, we test detection performance by exploiting CAN characteristics by performing attacks on a framework that can propose and test message time interval-based IDS suitable for limited automotive environments.

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Kim, C., Oh, I., Koh, Y., Kim, M., Yim, K. (2022). In-vehicle Network IDS Using Message Time Interval Infrastructure. In: Barolli, L. (eds) Advances on Broad-Band Wireless Computing, Communication and Applications. BWCCA 2021. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 346. Springer, Cham.

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