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Monday, December 3 • 9:45am - 10:15am
Using nDPI over DPDK to Classify and Block Unwanted Network Traffic - Luca Deri, ntop

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nDPI is an open source library that used DPI (deep packet inspection) techniques to classify network traffic. It can be used in monitoring tools to characterise network traffic, or inline to enforce network traffic policies. nDPI currently supports over 250 protocols including skype, bit torrent, and tor, and it is part of many open source applications and Linux distributions. This talk will cover the design of nDPI, and it explains how to use it on top of DPDK to efficiently monitor and block selected communication flows. Various real case examples are demonstrated ranging from parental control enforcement to IoT devices protection.

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Luca Deri

Software Engineer, ntop
Luca Deri is the leader of the ntop project (www.ntop.org), aimed at developing an open-source monitoring platform for high-speed traffic analysis. He worked for University College of London and IBM Research prior to receiving his PhD at the University of Berne with a thesis on software... Read More →

Monday December 3, 2018 9:45am - 10:15am
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