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Summary

DS-0982
The icsi/netalyzr-android dataset
External Dataset
External Data Source
Crawdad (Dartmouth)
Unknown
12/19/2007
55 (lowest rank is 55)

Category & Restrictions

Other
wireless, mobile software
Unrestricted
Unknown

Description


Mobile data collected using the Netalyzr for Android App.

This dataset was collected by the ICSI Netalyzr app for Android to develop a characterization of how operational decisions, such as network configurations, business models, and relationships between operators introduce diversity in service quality and affect user security and privacy. We delve in detail beyond the radio link and into network configuration and business relationships in six countries. We identify the widespread use of transparent middleboxes such as HTTP and DNS proxies, analyzing how they actively modify user traffic, compromise user privacy, and potentially undermine user security. In addition, we identify network sharing agreements between operators, highlighting the implications of roaming and characterizing the properties of MVNOs, including that a majority are simply rebranded versions of major operators. More broadly, our findings using this data highlight the importance of considering higher-layer relationships when seeking to analyze mobile traffic in a sound fashion. ; narseo@icsi.berkeley.edu

Additional Details

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artificial neural network, university of california berkeley, smartphone, android, cryptographic protocol, communication protocol, application layer protocols, market research, alphabet inc, google software, pac 12 conference schools, transport layer security, external data source, active directory, domain name system, internet protocol, telecom, flagship universities in the united states, lte, business model, strategic management, internet governance, google acquisitions, classification algorithms, uniform resource identifier, roaming user profile, hypertext transfer protocol, inferlink corporation, mobile technology, software defined radio, university of california, the icsi/netalyzr-android dataset, machine learning, secure communication, history of computing, 982, land grant universities and colleges, university and college buildings on the national register of historic places in california