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All Your Script Are Belong to Us: Collecting and Analyzing JavaScript Code from 10K Sites for 9 Months

Dimitris Mitropoulos; Panos Louridas; Vitalis Salis; Diomidis Spinellis

We present a massive dataset (~2 TB) of client-side JavaScript code. Specifically, we have collected and stored on adaily basis JavaScript code from Alexa's Top 10000 web sites (~7.5 GB per day) for nine consecutive months. Our collection involved both inline scripts extracted from each web site's main page and external scripts linked from it. In order to aid researchers identify similar scripts and examine their popularity and evolution, we have produced hashes that represent the scripts' logical structure. Furthermore, we have analyzed the resulting dataset with well-established static analysis tools, generating additional metadata including reports with quality bugs and vulnerable libraries.

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defects-jshint.json
md5:a342f46c1cd00d322d00db54995f096b
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defects-retire.json
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358.6 MB Download
hashes.tar.gz
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536.5 MB Download
js_evolution_data.tar.gz
md5:6e17d9020e0b4f0f41fd5007f9d3d2e3
60.4 GB Download
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Data volume 3.0 TB3.0 TB
Unique views 132132
Unique downloads 4141

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