Section: Software and Platforms
Participants : Jean Goubault-Larrecq [correspondant] , Pierre-Arnaud Sentucq.
The ORCHIDS real-time intrusion detection system was created in 2003-04 at SECSI. Orchids is at the core of a contract between Inria and DGA, started in April 2013, for three years.
Progress in 2013 included:
A new algorithm for evaluating the worst-case thread complexity of detection by Orchids, whose first principles were laid out by Jean Goubault-Larrecq, and with two prototype implementations done by Jean-Philippe Lachance, a young L2 intern from Université Laval, Québec. The purpose is to warn users of the complexity of the tasks they delegate to Orchids, and to avert denial of service attacks on Orchids itself.
Objectives for 2014 include: