The Future of Internet Worms
      Jose Nazario, with Jeremy Anderson, Rick Wash and Chris Connelly
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Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
Future Inet Worms
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Future Inet Worms

  1. 1. The Future of Internet Worms Jose Nazario, with Jeremy Anderson, Rick Wash and Chris Connelly July 20, 2001 Crimelabs research http://www.crimelabs.net/ {jose,jeremy,rwash,devzero}@crimelabs.net Abstract Network worms, simple slang terminology for automated intrusion agents, represent a persis- tent threat to a growing Internet in an increasingly networked world. However, their evolution has been somewhat limited, and they still rely on the same basic paradigms, which contain fundamental flaws. We analyze the basic components of a worm and apply this analysis to three worms found in the wild on the Internet. We then proceed to analyze the limiting factors of existing worm paradigms and outline new ideas which we expect to become prevalent. These new worms wil

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