Shelob: Maintaining a Virus-"Free" Network

Tuesday, October 18 | 9:00PM–9:00PM
Session Type: Resources
Shelob was designed to stem the rapid spread of network-propagated viruses by combining several existing protocols and services. This server-based management tool, capable of removing infected computers from the network, went into production in fall of 2004, monitoring all nonwireless traffic from resident halls, computer labs, and desktop computers.


  • Shawn Austin

  • Matt Wilson

    Sr Director of Network, Systems and Security, University of Indianapolis