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External Dataset
External Data Source
51 (lowest rank is 51)

Category & Restrictions

network data, packet captures


The traces released here contain all incoming anonymous FTP connections (i.e. to port 21) to public FTP servers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory during a ten-day period.

The trace ran from Jan 10-19, 2003, containing 22 thousand connections and 3.2 million packets. The connections are between 320 distinct servers and 5832 distinct clients. The traces have been "sanitized" using the Bro anonymizer to remove private information, such as passwords and remote client identity.

Additional Details

university of california berkeley, file transfer protocol, server, 1286, application layer protocols, clear text protocols, packets, transport layer security, external data source, nuclear research institutes, united states department of energy national laboratories, research institutes in california, university and college laboratories in the united states, servers, history of the internet, laboratories in california, network packet, bro, federally funded research and development centers, lawrence berkeley national laboratory, inferlink corporation, research institutes in the san francisco bay area, university of california berkeley buildings, history of computing, intrusion detection system, lbnl-ftp-pkt