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Summary

DS-1022
sapienza/probe-requests
External Dataset
External Data Source
Crawdad (Dartmouth)
Unknown
01/28/2008
55 (lowest rank is 55)

Category & Restrictions

Other
human behavior, wireless
Unrestricted
Unknown

Description


Wireless probe requests collected in Rome between February and May 2013.

Mobile devices try to automatically switch to WiFi connectivity whenever possible. To facilitate this automatic process, they store the list of the names (SSID) of the networks the user typically connects to and, periodically, these SSIDs are sent in broadcast in the form of Probe Request to search for available networks. The following questions then rise naturally: "What do your smartphone probes say about you?"; "Is it possible to infer meaningful relationships among a group of people just using their smartphones' probes?". To answer all these questions, we organized a campaign of probe collection in Rome (Italy): We targeted a university campus as well as city-wide, national and international events. Our campaign lasted three months, and we managed to collect, using commodity hardware only, ~11 million probes sent by ~160 thousand different devices. The release contains anonymized traces in .pcap format. ; barbera@di.uniroma1.it

Additional Details

N/A
false
false
service set, commodity computing, smartphone, network analyzers, universities and colleges in rome, personal computing, 1022, inferlink corporation, data anonymization, wi fi, personal computer, information privacy, link layer, external data source, sapienza university of rome, sapienza/probe-requests, mobile phone, pcap, smart device, data protection, wireless, physical layer protocols