- Description: Normal connections to various HTTPs sites in Alexa top 1,000. Using a Kali linux.
- Kali version: Kali GNU/Linux Rolling 64-bit Gnome 3.18.2
- Browser: iceweasel 43.0.4
- MD5: -
- SHA1: -
- SHA256: -
- Password of zip file: -
- Proxy Usage: This capture did not use an intermediate proxy.
- 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: 10.0.2.15
- Default GW: 10.0.2.2
Unix time of started date: 1492550580.0
domains: www.youtube.com, www.google.com, twiter.com, www.whitehouse.gov, www.facebook.com, www.t-mobile.com, www.o2tv.com, www.stackoverflow.com, www.wikipedia.cz, www.seznam.cz first 30 websites from this website: https://moz.com/top500
These files were generated in the Stratosphere Lab as part of the Malware Capture Facility Project in the CVUT University, Prague, Czech Republic. The goal is to store long-lived real botnet traffic and to generate labeled netflows files. Any question feel free to contact us: Sebastian Garcia: email@example.com
You are free to use these files as long as you reference this project and the authors as follows: Garcia, Sebastian. Malware Capture Facility Project. Retrieved from https://stratosphereips.org