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Summary

DS-0930
Botnet dataset
External Dataset
External Data Source
University of New Brunswick
01/01/2010
01/01/2014
50 (lowest rank is 50)

Category & Restrictions

Other
malicious traffic, network data, malware
Unrestricted
Unknown

Description


Assessing performance of any detection approach requires experimentation with data that is heterogeneous enough to simulate real traffic to an acceptable level.

Botnet traces can be merged with benign data by mapping malicious data to either machines existing in the home network or machines outside of the current network. Considering the wide range of IP addresses in the traces, we mapped botnet IPs to the hosts outside of the current network using BitTwist packet generator. Malicious and benign traffic were then replayed using TCPReplay and captured by TCPdump as a single dataset. ; cic@unb.ca.

Additional Details

12.9GB
false
Unknown
cybercrime, malware, network analyzers, spamming, packet generator, bot, personal computing, inferlink corporation, tcpdump, cyberwarfare, home network, packets, botnet dataset, external data source, 930, botnet