Availability defines a family of strategies containing policies that detect attacks against the liveness or progress of a system.
For example, Availability can help you discover denial of service attacks and port or service shutdowns.
How to create an Availability Strategy
- System Availability: Any technique jeopardizing the availability of system
- Application Availability: Any technique affecting availability of applications but not the whole system’s
- Monitoring Availability: Any technique jeopardizing present monitoring defenses
- Generic: Any exploitation technique not falling within the above categories
|segfault||Monitors the frequency of unhandled segmentation faults (invalid memory accesses resulting in a program crash)|
Default Availability Strategies
|Strategy Name||Strategy Type|
|Repeated Program Crashes||segfault|