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Summary

DS-0206
CAIDA UCSD Real-time Network Telescope Data
Dataset
UCSD - Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis
UCSD - Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis
01/01/2012
Data collection is ongoing
8 (lowest rank is 49)

Category & Restrictions

Blackhole Address Space Data
blackhole address space data, denial of service, computer worms
Restricted
true

a) CAIDA has the authority and reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to discontinue further access to dataset(s) and use to Researcher at any time.



b) UCSD CAIDA Copyright.

Permission to use, print, copy, and modify any copyrightable part of this UCSD CAIDA Data for educational, research and non-profit purposes, as set forth in the Researcher MOA without fee, and without a written agreement is hereby granted, provided that this paragraph and the following copyright notice and paragraphs appear in all copies:

Copyright 2006-2016 The Regents of the University of California. All Rights Reserved.

Those desiring to incorporate any copyrightable part of this UCSD CAIDA Data into commercial products or use for commercial purposes should contact the Technology Transfer Office, University of California, San Diego, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA 92093-0910,Phone: (858) 534-5815, Fax: (858) 534-7345.

CAIDA USES ITS BEST EFFORTS TO PROVIDE DATA IN ACCORDANCE WITH ETHICAL PRINCIPLES AND SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY. HOWEVER, THE DATA PROVIDED HEREIN IS ON AN "AS IS" BASIS. NEITHER CAIDA, ITS RESEARCHERS, RESEARCH PARTNERS, LICENSORS, AND DATA PROVIDERS, NOR THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AND ITS TRUSTEES, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AND AGENTS MAKE ANY WARRANTY, EITHER IMPLIED OR EXPRESS, OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE ACCURACY, TIMELINESS, COMPLETENESS, RELIABILITY, OR AVAILABILITY OF CAIDA DATA, APPLICATIONS, OR SERVICES ACCESSIBLE THROUGH OR MADE AVAILABLE BY CAIDA, OR THAT THE USE OF THE UCSD CAIDA DATA WILL NOT INFRINGE ANY PATENT, TRADEMARK OR OTHER RIGHTS.



c) Neither raw data nor any data with identifying or sensitive information in it may be copied from CAIDA servers.



d) Researcher agrees not to attempt to connect to, probe, or in any other way initiate contact with a machine or machine administrator identified or identifiable within the Data.

Description


Hourly compressed pcap files of raw IPv4 packets of unsolicited traffic captured by the UCSD Network Telescope instrumentation.

The dataset contains near-real-time raw traces from the UCSD Network Telescope covering a fourteen-day sliding
               time window up to the present time.    Once data slides out of the "near-real-time window", the pcap files are off-loaded to tape storage. These historical Telescope data starting from 2008 are available by additional request. These data provide opportunities to study network security-related events (DDoS attacks, worms, etc.) For more information visit http://www.caida.org/data/passive/telescope-near-real-time_dataset.xml
The size of one hourly raw data pcap file is more than 75Gb. In order to enable more efficient data processing and analysis, these hourly pcap files are post-processed using Corsaro software to extract the most important packet header fields and aggregate data into FlowTuple files. The resulting Aggregated Flow data is available    at https://www.impactcybertrust.org/dataset_view?idDataset=1160 .
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

N/A
Size is growing as more data is collected
false
true
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