Index of /publicDatasets/CTU-Normal-12
- What it is: This is a normal capture in a Linux Debian notebook computer in a xDSL network.
- Duration: 1281.885508 (21 minutes)
Applications and actions in the normal computer
- Deluge P2P on linux notebook. Downloading some large files.
- The p2p was running fo 1 hour when the capture was started.
- At the beginning there is also a mtr sending icmp packages to www.google.com
- Some web pages were accessed: twitter, facebook, etc. All using the Chrome browser
The file 2013-12-17_capture1.pcap was created by applying the following tcpdump filters to the original (not published) pcap file.
tcpdump -n -s0 -r capture1.pcap not multicast and not broadcast and not arp and not \(port 80 and tcp \) and host 10.0.0.46 -w 2013-12-17_capture1.pcap
- Mitm proxy interception file of http and https
- This is the HTTP and HTTPS web log that includes Labels. This is the preferred file for web analysis.
- This file includes a header with the columns names. There are two new columns defined by us:
- Column id: This number is unique for all the weblogs generated inside the same TCP connection. When a TCP connection is opened and several GET/POST, etc., requests are made inside it, all of them are assigned the same Id in this file.
- Column timestamp_end: This is the timestamp when the weblog ended. If you use this with the id column you can compute the total duration of the TCP connection that generated all the weblogs. Similar to the duration of a hypothetical CONNECT request if this would have been done using a proxy.
- WEB log of http traffic only. Generated with justsniffer
- Folder with all the bro output files
- Argus binary file. Bidirectional flows, 3600s of report time.
- Argus text file with bidirectional flows. Report time 3600 secs.
- Argus binary file. Unidirectional flows, 5s of report time.
- Argus text file with unidirectional flows. Report time 5 secs. TAB as column separator.
- Normal host: 10.0.0.46
- GW: 10.0.0.138
Tue Dec 17 22:10:12 CET 2013
Started the normal capture