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SOME/IP Intrusion Detection using Sequential Models in Automotive Ethernet-based Networks

Abstract : Intrusion Detection Systems are widely used to detect cyberattacks, especially a prone-to-attacks protocol such as SOME/IP, a standard protocol for service oriented communication in vehicles. However, few works have been developed to address this significant problem. In this paper, we have generated a dataset with normal and abnormal SOME/IP-based network traffic behavior, modeled a Deep Learning Based sequential Model to detect intrusions on SOME/IP and tuned the model's hyperparameters to get an optimum classifier in order to prove the efficiency of Deep Learning technology. Finally, our numerical results show that RNN and LSTM excel at predicting invehicle intrusions by achieving an accuracy of 99.31% and 92% respectively and low False Positive and Negative Rates.
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Contributor : Hadi Ghauch Connect in order to contact the contributor
Submitted on : Thursday, July 1, 2021 - 4:00:06 PM
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Natasha Alkhatib, Hadi Ghauch, Jean-Luc Danger. SOME/IP Intrusion Detection using Sequential Models in Automotive Ethernet-based Networks. VNC 2021, Nov 2021, Ulm, Germany. ⟨hal-03276041⟩



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