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Title: Chatbots en el contexto de la limpieza de infecciones de malware IoT
Author: Alcalá Pizarro, Marc
Director: García Font, Víctor
Tutor: Hernández Gañán, Carlos
Keywords: automation
internet of things
Issue Date: 4-Jun-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: In these last years we have witnessed an increase in the number of IoT botnets, which especially affect domestic devices. Internet service providers have become a checkpoint to clean these infections since these types of infections often go unnoticed and users con usually detect only a slowdown in the infected device or in its capacity to connect to the Internet, but they lack the necessary human resources to deal with a threat that keeps increasing. Hundreds of new infections appear every day within these broadband networks and the abuse department of the ISPs need to continuously provide support to clean those, a situation that points to worsen with the near arrival of 5G. In this context, this work provides a generic use procedure for the elimination of malware infections in IoT devices and shows the development of a chatbot solution that implements it. It also includes an analysis of the current status of malware in IoT devices, as well as the status of the chatbots technology, which serve to expose and reason decisions about the design of both the procedure and the chatbot.
Language: Spanish
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