Abstract—VPN technology continues to struggle with intruders attacks that cripple their network performance and connectivity. This compels security threats on the remote network because its firewall does not know what transfer is flowing within VPN tunnel. This paper proposes a new framework called V-Safe which provides vibrant key authentication and entities based access rule to prevent intruders. The traditional access rule models are group based and it is not an effective mechanism since it uses common identity for access control. The entities based access rule provides access permission based on various entities like requestors, resources, actions and environment that will prevent against intruders and performs deep scans to detect and block most suspicious threats and attacks. The V-Safe framework is evaluated through simulation and it shows the proposed system is more secure and efficient than the existing intrusion prevention system.
Index Terms—Virtual private network, intruders, authentication, IPsec, firewall.
G. Kanimozhi and S. Ravimaran are with Software System Group,
Department of Computer Science and Engg.
M. A. M Mohamed is with M. A. M. College of Engineering, Anna University Tiruchirappalli, India (Corresponding author. Tel.: + 09965628881, fax: + 914312650377, e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: G. Kanimozhi, S. Ravimaran, and M. A. Maluk Mohamed, "Intrusion Prevention System in VPN with Entities Based Access Rule and Vibrant Key Authentication." International Journal of Future Computer and Communication vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 176-179, 2012.