Public Workshop: Data Analysis
- Sean Stuart (Verisign)
Jim Cowie (Dyn, Inc.), Matt Larson (Dyn, Inc.)
In addition to driving ccTLD growth, a strong national content hosting industry improves consumer experience by making content faster, cheaper, and more accessible. Ironically, the existence of a large content-hosting industry next door has tended to artificially reduce the percentage of both Canadian and Mexican content that is domestically hosted. In this talk, we'll examine the most...
Mr. M Wullink (SIDN)
#Introduction As the operator of the .nl ccTLD, SIDN is very interested in keeping the .nl zone as safe as possible. Analyzing the query data can help to detect cybercrime activity in the .nl zone which we can than try to cleanup. Traditional DNS query data analysis done by storing data as PCAP's and analyzing them with tools such a tshark and wireshark is often a slow and painful process....
Mr. zaifeng zhang (QIHOO 360)
Cluster the DNS domains is a basic but very important work in analyzing the dizzy businesses of the Internet. Only based on the accurate clustered domain result, we can discern and analyze all kinds of DNS data. Now, most of the works focus on the domain structure and hoping finding the relationships among kinds of domains. Recently, based on the largest public passiveDNS database in China, we...
Mr. Sebastian Castro (NZRS)
NZRS has been running zone scans on a monthly basis over the active .nz domain names for the past two years. We are using dnscheck with custom changes to collect DNS health information, as well as IPv6 deployment metrics. The data is of no use if it can't be made readily available to interested parties. To sort this out, NZRS will start using an open data portal provided by Socrata to allow...