# Database that contains timespans of cyber attacks in the web

for a project I need to evaluate a model, that tries to predict wether a certain cyber-attack (i.e. connection to a low level honeypot) is just a random access, a new attack-wave or an already known attack-wave. Therefore I am looking for a ground truth. Is there some database that contains historical attack-waves? Something like

September, 24 - 29: Attack to Port 8080
September, 25 - 27: Attack to Port 1234


In the best case it would be a database, where every hacker in the world signs-up, when he starts and ends a cyber attack ;)

Or does someone has another idea how I could evaluate such a model?

Best regards Felix

• I'm not sure whether requests for data sets are on-topic here. Any community votes? – D.W. Feb 11 '20 at 20:50
• "Meta-information about computer science" (bibliometrics, cientometrics) may be on-topic. – greybeard Feb 11 '20 at 21:24
• Where would it be on topic? - I could move my question there. – Felix Feb 12 '20 at 8:07
• I'd think information security promising. – greybeard Feb 12 '20 at 19:52