Shared Darknet Project
The Shared Darknet (SD) is a project under the auspices of REN-ISAC (RI). The SD objective is to develop a persistent and evolving darknet resource using combined data contributions of participating sites and joint efforts in analysis and analytics development. SD enables the discovery of operationally actionable information regarding sources of threat, the understanding of attacks, malware, threat evolution, and miscreant behavior, and is a source of real-world data for innovative research.
Research Access to Shared Darknet Data
The purpose of the Research Access to Shared Darknet Data program is to provide a framework for making SD data available for research purposes, under Conditions of Use. The Agreement to Conditions of Use document describes how and under what conditions researchs can gain access to data, and provides instructions for completing a formal agreement.
If you want additional information or to participate in the Research Access program, contact the REN-ISAC Technical Director
Shared Darknet is a project in the REN-ISAC community, in cooperation with:
Internet2 CSI2 Working Group,
Advanced Network Management Lab, Pervasive Technology Labs at Indiana University,
and the SD participats.