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Misconfigured P2P traffic caused by bugs in volunteer-developed P2P software or by attackers is prevalent. It influences both end users and ISPs. In this paper, we discover and study address-misconfigured P2P traffic, a major class of such misconfiguration. P2P address misconfiguration is a phenomenon in which a large number of peers send P2P file downloading requests to a "random" target on the Internet. On measuring three Honeynet datasets spanning four years and across five different /8doi:10.1109/mnet.2011.5772057 fatcat:mie73rx7gzhrvfim4b3tnbmmzq