OklahomaMap

Exploit

# Events

1

Redyms C&C Traffic

42,400

2

Redyms2 C&C Traffic

14,600

3

Suspicious User Agent

8,200

4

ZeroAccess C&C Traffic

5,000

5

XOR Obfuscation Exe

1,700

6

Win32 Conficker P2P

1,500

7

Bot Torpig Phone Home

146

8

Spybot C&C

120

9

WGeneric C&C

110

10

Wgeneric2 C&C

104

Top 10 Applications (Week of 10.6.14)

Each week we review the top ten applications that traversed the NewNet 66 network including traffic in gigabytes, sessions, and the risk factor associated with that app. The table below represents all NewNet 66 school districts combined for the last seven days. Risk factors are 1-5 with 5 being the highest risk.

Risk

Application

Bandwidth

Sessions

1

Web Browsing

4206.5 Gig

94,100,000

2

ssl

3661.9 Gig

45,600,000

3

http-video

1685.6 Gig

473,8000

4

YouTube Base

1679.4 Gig

791,500

5

Flash

1239.5 Gig

2,600,000

6

Apple App Store

663.1 Gig

50,400

7

iTunes Basee

647.1 Gig

1,300,000

8

MS Updates

582.0 Gig

627,200

9

NetFlix Streaming

543.5 Gig

27,000

10

rtmp Streaming

372.8 Gig

104,400

This information is taken from the
NewNet 66 next generation Palo Alto Firewall.

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