Toward a deep learning-based intrusion detection system for IoT against botnet attacks

Idriss Idrissi, Mohammed Boukabous, Mostafa Azizi, Omar Moussaoui, Hakim El Fadili

Abstract


The massive network traffic data between connected devices in the internet of things have taken a big challenge to many traditional intrusion detection systems (IDS) to find probable security breaches. However, security attacks lean towards unpredictability. There are numerous difficulties to build up adaptable and powerful IDS for IoT in order to avoid false alerts and ensure a high recognition precision against attacks, especially with the rising of Botnet attacks. These attacks can even make harmless devices becoming zombies that send malicious traffic and disturb the network. In this paper, we propose a new IDS solution, baptized BotIDS, based on deep learning convolutional neural networks (CNN). The main interest of this work is to design, implement and test our IDS against some well-known Botnet attacks using a specific Bot-IoT dataset. Compared to other deep learning techniques, such as simple RNN, LSTM and GRU, the obtained results of our BotIDS are promising with 99.94% in validation accuracy, 0.58% in validation loss, and the prediction execution time is less than 0.34 ms.

Keywords


Bot-IoT; Botnet; CNN; DL; GRU; IDS; IoT; LSTM; RNN

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijai.v10.i1.pp110-120

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