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Synthetic traffic and network attacks
The 2009 DARPA dataset is a synthesized dataset created to simulate real Internet traffic and network attacks. Its duration is 10 days, between November 3 - 12, 2009. The dataset is about 6.4 TB, divided into thousands of pcap files of 954M each. The traffic contains synthetic HTTP, SMTP, and DNS background data. The attacks are large scale network attacks including DNS worms, http worms, and DDoS attacks. The worms and DDoS attacks have been parameterized to exhibit various propagation characteristics.
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Network attacks Synthetically generated traffic