May 14, 2024, 4:11 a.m. | Qingyang Li, Yihang Zhang, Zhidong Jia, Yannan Hu, Lei Zhang, Jianrong Zhang, Yongming Xu, Yong Cui, Zongming Guo, Xinggong Zhang

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arXiv:2405.07638v1 Announce Type: cross
Abstract: It is an interesting question Can and How Large Language Models (LLMs) understand non-language network data, and help us detect unknown malicious flows. This paper takes Carpet Bombing as a case study and shows how to exploit LLMs' powerful capability in the networking area. Carpet Bombing is a new DDoS attack that has dramatically increased in recent years, significantly threatening network infrastructures. It targets multiple victim IPs within subnets, causing congestion on access links and …

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