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Assessment of Machine Learning Algorithms for Network Intrusion Detection

Mayur Sonthalia; Jayavignesh Thyagarajan

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication(BEIESP)

A Network Intrusion Detection System (NIDS) is a framework to identify network interruptions as well as abuse by checking network traffic movement and classifying it as either typical or strange. Numerous Intrusion Detection Systems have been implemented using simulated datasets like KDD’99 intrusion dataset but none of them uses a real time dataset. The proposed work performs and assesses tests to overview distinctive machine learning models reliant on KDD’99 intrusion dataset and an ongoing created dataset. The machine learning models achieved to compute required performance metrics so as to assess the chosen classifiers. The emphasis was on the accuracy metric so as to improve the recognition pace of the interruption identification framework. The actualized calculations showed that the decision tree classifier accomplished the most noteworthy estimation of accuracy while the logistic regression classifier has accomplished the least estimation of exactness for both of the datasets utilized.

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