April 20th, 2014

Packet Attack Map

Here’s A little flash movie showing a sample of traffic submitted to dshield within the last 5 minutes:



Where:

1 pixel: < 10
2 pixel: < 100
3 pixel: < 1000
4 pixel: < 10000

The color indicates the packet type based on the following classification:
Blue: Not categorized.
Red: Well known services (Ports 80,53,25,22 ...).
Yellow: Windows related traffic (Port 135,137,139... ).
Green: P2P Traffic/Afterglow (Port 6881,6346,4672... ).

2 Responses to 'Packet Attack Map'

  1. 1Kelvin Nicholson
    January 24th, 2009 at 7:25 pm

    I’ve always really liked the dshield research, you must have so much interesting information to visualize. This little map reminded me of a map I just did to plot live scans on my home DSL connection: http://www.kelvinism.com/attackmap/

    I’m certainly bookmarking this site.


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