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Re: Pro bono projects?
Speaking on behalf of myself & the security research community, distributed sensor nets are hard to pass up, although seldom available. The Honeynet Project springs to mind, as does our BGP & ICMP efforts here at ISTS. Are you familiar with the DIB:S worm project? We are in need of volunteer participant networks to place behind instrumented routers. http://people.ists.dartmouth.edu/~vberk/papers/iwia03.pdf Any takers? On Tue, 6 May 2003 16:30:10 -0400 "Deepak Jain" <[email protected]> wrote: > > > Are there any good places a service-network could donate resources > (bandwidth/servers/routing tables/what have you/etc) to > for-the-good-of-the-net projects? > > This sort of thing used to be quite a bit more prevalent and I wanted to > know if there are any clear needs in this area. > > Thanks, > > Deepak Jain > AiNET -- George Bakos Institute for Security Technology Studies - IRIA Dartmouth College [email protected] 603.646.0665 -voice 603.646.0666 -fax