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Labeled VoIP Data-set for Intrusion Detection Evaluation


VoIP has become a major application of multimedia communications over IP. Many initiatives around the world focus on the detection of attacks against VoIP services and infrastructures. Because of the lack of a common labeled data-set similarly to what is available in TCP/IP network-based intrusion detection, their results can not be compared. VoIP providers are not able to contribute their data because of user privacy agreements. In this paper, we propose a framework for customizing and generating VoIP traffic within controlled environments. We provide a labeled data-set generated in two types of SIP networks. Our data-set is composed of signaling and other protocol traces, call de- tail records and server logs. By this contribution we aim to enable the works on VoIP anomaly and intrusion detection to become comparable through its application to common datasets.
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inria-00497735 , version 1 (05-07-2010)


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Mohamed Nassar, State Radu, Olivier Festor. Labeled VoIP Data-set for Intrusion Detection Evaluation. EUNICE 2010, Jun 2010, Trondheim, Norway. pp.97-106. ⟨inria-00497735⟩
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