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Internet outage/attack/congestion event log
This dataset contains details about the events detected by the BigBen internet-wide event monitoring system developed at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. BigBen detects events based on analyzing Network Time Protocol data contributed from NTP server operators. This dataset contains events identified in data provided by 16 NTP servers in 7 US locations, during the period of January 2019 to May 2019. The size of the file is 1GB. It includes a list of /24 IPv4 networks and /96 IPv6 networks in which events were detected.
The method for detecting events is described in the paper:
Meena Syamkumar, Sathiya Mani, Ram Durairajan, Paul Barford and Joel Sommers. "Wrinkles in Time: Detecting Internet-wide Events via NTP", In Proceedings of the IFIP Networking, Zurich, Switzerland, May, 2018.
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