Using DShield's Data Feeds
Be proactive. You can incorporate DShield summaries in your own web pages so your page can also display the "Current Most Active Port Scanning IP" or the Current Most Scanned Port". Also see the Link Back page for DShield banner graphics.
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How to do it
There are several methods you can choose from. The general idea is that you use some code that can read from one of the summary data files that we supply at http://feeds.dshield.org, parse the records into data fields and then display the data fields you choose surrounded by whatever explanatory text you want. See the sample code section, below.
Additional summary information can be pulled and parsed from:
This graphic is updated once an hour with the latest top port scanner information. Use this code to display the above graphic. (But if you are a high traffic site, please download the graphic from a cron job once an hour.)
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Data files in http://feeds.dshield.org
The data files are tab delimited. They are ASCII files with each data record on a separateline. Each field is delimited with a TAB (ASCII 9) character. This makes it easy to separate the fields with a split command. See the sample code, below, for examples.
Field numbers start at 0.
Current Most Active Port Scanning IPs
(Same data as is used on DShield.org Top 10 Most Wanted.)
0 = IP Address
1 = Resolved domain of IP Address
Current Most Scanned Ports
(Same data as is used in DShield.org Top 10 Target Ports-temporarily unavailable.)
0 = Short Description
1 = Port that is accessed
2 = Protocol (TCP or UDP)
3 = Explanation
Summary data in .RSS format.
Links to information about RSS. Opens in new windows
- Using RSS Feeds
- Official RSS spec
- UserLand explanation of the RSS 0.91 spec
- Making Headlines with RSS
- RSS: Lightweight Web Syndication
- O'Reilly RSS DevCenter
Sample PHP code
Additional information will be posted when available