Dataset of Normal and Abnormal Behaviour of IoT devices

Published: 9 June 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3bkdm53jph.1
Fehmi Jaafar


The Internet of Things (IoT) describes the set of connected devices that are exchanging data through the Internet. IoT devices include sensors, cyber physical component, robots, and other objects that are able to collect exchange and potentially analyze data. The increasing use of Internet of Things has brought about many new risks, making these devices more favorable to hackers. Discovering and detecting compromised IoT devices is essential to reduce IoT based cyber-attacks. Thus, we performed an experiment with six common commercially available IoT devices compromised with three different ways (i.e. malware infection, vulnerability exploit, and DDOS attacks). We collected the data related to these devices before and after being compromised. The collected data is consisting of packets exchange and energy consumption.



Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi


Security, Internet of Things