Is anyone aware of recent by-protocol traffic data in the public domain?

Sean Donelan sean at
Tue Dec 4 15:36:55 UTC 2007

On Tue, 4 Dec 2007, Gordon Cook wrote:
> While KC is obviously best person to answer,  my understanding is that with 
> the disapearence of ATT inside of SBC and the disappearance of MCIUUNET 
> inside of Verizon all their traffic that CAIDA used to get was pulled.  CAIDA 
> gets it no longer because now it is proprietary.  IMO a bad situation

The pendelum swings back and forth. At the moment, companies have been 
getting bashed when they make an effort to make data available and then 
researchers spend their efforts to de-anonymize the data.

Companies still spend a lot of money and hire research companies to 
analyze the data privately; its just not worth the hassle of releasing
it publically or giving it to academics for free.

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