looking for help for the statistics data on spoofing attack events on Internet

yangyang. wang wyystar at gmail.com
Wed Dec 26 03:35:18 UTC 2007

Dear Mr. Morrow:

Thank you!
We have already found CAIDA's backscatter,  MIT's spoofer project. Spoofer
project focuses on how much space in the Internet could be spoofable. It is
very helpful for our experiment. But we also want to know how often the
spoofing events(such spoofing IP attacks, spoofing route update) occurs, or
the degree of their activity in real world. Monitoring the Internet widely
is very difficult,so I hope to get some useful infomation by surveying the
related statistical data and report from organization. currently, this way
has no effective result.

2007/12/24, Christopher Morrow <morrowc.lists at gmail.com>:
> On Dec 24, 2007 12:08 AM, yangyang. wang <wyystar at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > We are conducting an experiment to evaluate IP source address spoofing
> > attacks on Internet and want to collect some statistics data or report
> about
> > it  Which organization or research group could support some statistics
> data,
> > report or hints on the spoofed IP source address attack events, DNS
> spoofing
> > events, router forged update events on the whole Internet or regional
> > network for research analysis?
> you might get some mileage from the spoofer-project out of MIT:
> http://spoofer.csail.mit.edu/
> have fun!
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