[Dshield] Gaps in dShield data?

Johannes B. Ullrich jullrich at sans.org
Tue Jan 6 22:32:07 GMT 2004

yes. if there is a gap, there was no data. Actually, all ports that have
less then 3 reports per day are removed from that day to keep that table
a bit smaller.

On Tue, 2004-01-06 at 16:50, Pete Cap wrote:
> Just a quick question for those in the know.
> For many upper-range ports there are gaps in the data.
> Can I assume that the traffic for the days in question was actually 0 all around, or are there days when no data was collected for those ports?
> In this instance I'm following up on the port 2234 traffic.
> I show a significant increase in the past four days of this traffic, which may be attributed to SoulSeek users.  I checked the associated port 5534 but there are gaps in the data so any correlation I do is going to be less than robust.
> Thanks,
> Pete
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