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Summary

DS-1159
CAIDA UCSD Network Telescope Daily Randomly and Uniformly Spoofed Denial-of-Service (RSDoS) Attack Metadata
Dataset
UCSD - Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis
UCSD - Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis
10/01/2008
Data collection is ongoing
43 (lowest rank is 50)

Category & Restrictions

Attacks
denial of service
Restricted
true

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Description


This dataset contains information about the Denial-of-Service (DoS) activity seen in the UCSD Network Telescope.

This dataset is aggregated from the unidirectional unsolicited IPv4 traffic reaching the UCSD Network Telescope. From the raw traffic data, we extract the backscatter (response) packets sent by victims of randomly and uniformly spoofed DoS attacks, summarize activity that relates to the same victim in an 'attack vector', and produce a single CSV file of attack vectors per day.
The attack vector consists of a target IP address, statistical information about the attack, and geolocation and BGP routing metadata for that IP address. Possible uses of this data include: studying and modeling DoS attacks and characterizing victim populations.
For more information see http://www.caida.org/data/passive/telescope-daily-rsdos.xml
This dataset is the subject of ongoing measurement and data collection. As such the data is continuously growing. Researchers who are granted access will be able to download updates for a period of one year after their request.

Additional Details

1.5GB
Size is growing as more data is collected
false
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