Usability of traditional intrusion detection systems in in-vehicle networks

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Supervisor:
Dr. Holczer Tamás
Department of Networked Systems and Services

Nowadays, technology advances increasing the complexity of electronic systems

in modern automobiles. In these systems, they mostly focus on fast and reliable

operation, but this allows malicious intrusion and manipulation of the vehicle network.

Even from a huge distance, it is possible to influence the operation of a car's network in

such a way that the physical integrity of those in it can be compromised. It may also

result, that malicious attackers can blackmail politicians with great power, wealthy

business people or even ordinary citizens.

The purpose of my thesis is to provide a detailed description of the problem and

to present a new way of solving the topic, based on signature-based examinations. In

addition to presenting the theoretical operation of this solution, I also present my

practical implementation, which can serve as a guideline and as a starting point for the

implementation of these types of systems. In order to ensure maximum clarity, my

thesis provides basic knowledge about the network of cars and describes the most

common intrusion detection systems.

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