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Implementation Proposal
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Figure illustrating some of the basic steps of an Advanced Persistent Threat along with its impact on a device connected within an enterprise network
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Figure illustrating the system framework for detecting malware beaconing activity
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Figure Illustrating the elements within the malware beaconing detection server The malware beaconing activity detection server includes logs database 302, IP addresses to geolocation map pings database, features database, models database, anomalous conversations database, and detection engine. Detection engine is incorporated using a combination of hardware and Software. Each of logs database, IP address to geolocation mappings database, features database, models database, and anomalous conversations need to be incorporated in any of the related databases. Logs database is constructed to store logs linked or related with communications between internal device(s) within an enterprise network and one or more external destinations outside of the enterprise network. In some embodiments, logs database is configured to store firewall logs, DHCP logs, and/or proxy logs. firewall logs may indicate at least the correspondence between an internal IP address and an external IP address for non-HTTP traffic, proxy logs may indicate at least the correspondence between an internal device and an external IP address for HTTP traffic, and DHCP logs may indicate at least the correspondence between an assignment of an internal IP address and an internal device (Gao, et al., 2018). In some embodiments, the stored logs also indicate attributes of the network traffic such as, for
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