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Summary

DS-0026
ims-witty
Dataset
University of Michigan
University of Michigan
03/18/2004
03/25/2004
42 (lowest rank is 55)

Category & Restrictions

Blackhole Address Space Data
Restricted
true

ICC/Researcher MOA including the following additional terms:    "Researcher shall not transfer, extract, or duplicate the provided data outside the servers of the Data Host that house the data, without written authorization from the University of Michigan IMPACT PI team. Researcher agrees that derivative information from the provided data can be transferred and used, in accordance with the Researcher obligations and other terms of this Agreement, only if sensitive information (including IP addresses) has been anonymized and removed." "Researcher agrees that the computing resources (such as a virtual machine's processing power, memory and network bandwidth) provided by the Data Host to the Researcher for downloading or processing the data are shared resources. Researcher thus agrees that the service for access to the requested data would be on a best effort basis."

Description


IMS data from the Witty worm

Anonymized packet traces for UDP source port 4000, from    March 18, 2004 to March 25, 2004 collected at the University of Michigan/Merit IMS sensors.    Probably doesn't contain any data from the 18-20 of March.

Additional Details

N/A
false
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