Internet Traffic Archive | acm sigcomm The Internet Traffic Archive is a moderated repository to support widespread access to traces of Internet network traffic, sponsored by ACM SIGCOMM. The traces can be used to study network dynamics, usage characteristics, and growth patterns, as well as providing the grist for trace-driven simulations. The archive is also open to programs for reducing raw trace data to more manageable forms, for generating synthetic traces, and for analyzing traces. Traces contributed to the archive have no restrictions as to what use may be made of them (except for traffic analysis as noted below). Traces may however have restrictions on redistribution. Software contributed to the archive is in general copyrighted. Traces contributed to the archive often will have been filtered to some degree to preserve the privacy of the network users whose traffic was traced, and to address network security concerns. The actual ITA data and software archives are here.
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Digital Attack Map : une carte interactive des attaques DDoS Un nouveau service utile vient d'apparaître sur le web. Fruit d'une collaboration entre Google Ideas et le fournisseur de solutions de sécurisation de réseaux Arbor Networks, cette carte interactive permet de visualiser en temps réel ce qui se passe sur Internet en matière d'attaques distribuées par déni de service, également appelées "attaques DDoS" : Cette carte globale donne une vision complète des attaques en cours, depuis ou vers les différents pays du monde. On constate qu'il y a une véritable "guerre électronique" opposant les États-Unis et la Chine : Source Digital Attack Map On peut zoomer sur la carte et voir le détail d'une attaque en particulier, par exemple ici une attaque qui a eu lieu le 21 octobre sur la France, durant une heure, de provenance inconnue : Digital Attack Map fournit aussi, en-dessous de la carte, un "hit parade" des pays les plus concernés par les attaques DDoS, qu'ils en soient "auteurs" ou "victimes". @PierreCol
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