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First Name: 
Ljiljana
Last Name: 
Trajkovic

Datasets & Analysis

Three well-known Border Gateway Anomalies (BGP) anomalies:
WannaCrypt, Moscow blackout, and Slammer, occurred in May 2017, May 2005, and January 2003, respectively.
The Route Views BGP update messages are publicly available from the University of Oregon Route Views Project and contain:
WannaCrypt, Moscow blackout, and Slammer: http://www.routeviews.org/routeviews/.

Instructions: 

Raw data from the "route collector route-views2" are organized in folders labeled by the year and month of the collection date.
Complete datasets for WannaCrypt, Moscow blackout, and Slammer are available from the Route Views route collector route-views2 site:
University of Oregon Route Views Project: http://www.routeviews.org/routeviews/
Collectors: http://www.routeviews.org/routeviews/index.php/collectors/
Route Views Collector Map: http://www.routeviews.org/routeviews/index.php/map/
University of Oregon Route Views Archive Project: http://archive.routeviews.org/
MRT format RIBs and UPDATEs (quagga bgpd, from route-views2.oregon-ix.net): http://archive.routeviews.org/bgpdata/
Tools: http://www.routeviews.org/routeviews/index.php/tools/
The date of last modification and the size of the datasets are also included.

BGP update messages are originally collected in multi-threaded routing toolkit (MRT) format.
"Zebra-dump-parser" written in Perl is used to extract to ASCII the BGP updated messages.
The 37 BGP features were extracted using a C# tool to generate uploaded datasets (csv files).
Labels have been added based on the periods when data were collected.

Categories:
65 Views

Five well-known Border Gateway Anomalies (BGP) anomalies:
WannaCrypt, Moscow blackout, Slammer, Nimda, Code Red I, occurred in May 2017, May 2005, January 2003, September 2001, and July 2001, respectively.
The Reseaux IP Europeens (RIPE) BGP update messages are publicly available from the Network Coordination Centre (NCC) and contain:
WannaCrypt, Moscow blackout, Slammer, Nimda, Code Red I, and regular data: https://www.ripe.net/analyse/.

Instructions: 

Raw data from the "route collector rrc 04" are organized in folders labeled by the year and month of the collection date.
Complete datasets for WannaCrypt, Moscow blackout, Slammer, Nimda, and Code Red I are available from the RIPE route collector rrc 04 site:
RIPE NCC: https://www.ripe.net
Analyze: https://www.ripe.net/analyse
Internet Measurements: https://www.ripe.net/analyse/internet-measurements
Routing Information Service (RIS): https://www.ripe.net/analyse/internet-measurements/routing-information-s...
RIS Raw Data: https://www.ripe.net/analyse/internet-measurements/routing-information-s...
rrc04.ripe.net: data.ris.ripe.net/rrc04/
The date of last modification and the size of the datasets are also included.

BGP update messages are originally collected in multi-threaded routing toolkit (MRT) format.
"Zebra-dump-parser" written in Perl is used to extract to ASCII the BGP updated messages.
The 37 BGP features were extracted using a C# tool to generate uploaded datasets (csv files).
Labels have been added based on the periods when data were collected.

Categories:
301 Views