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The cmu/zigbee-eda dataset (2021-10-22)
Captured Zigbee packets during energy depletion attack experiments. DOI: 10.15783/t8mt-a674 (https://doi.org/10.15783/t8mt-a674)
Contributed by Dimitrios-Georgios Akestoridis, Patrick Tague.
This Carnegie Mellon University dataset contains Zigbee packets that were captured during energy depletion attack experiments. More specifically, the contributors used Zigator to deploy two stand-alone WIDS sensors and capture Zigbee packets, while HiveGuard was used to archive the pcap files that were generated by the WIDS sensors. Each WIDS sensor corresponded to a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ that was equipped with an ATUSB in monitor mode. Four experiments were conducted to test four commercial Zigbee devices, each powered by a brand new CR2450 lithium battery, against an energy depletion attack that was launched by an ATUSB with modified firmware. This research was supported in part by the CyLab Security and Privacy Institute. More details about the setup of each experiment, as well as the keys that were used to encrypt and authenticate the captured Zigbee packets, can be found in the dataset.
details of the cmu/zigbee-eda dataset (2021-10-22)
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