Category: Virtualization

Run HoneyDrive 3 on Hyper-V server

Todd from Computer and Network Security Services, LLC has published a great blog post about running HoneyDrive 3 on a Microsoft Hyper-V server. I’m reposting it below: Having a Honeypot in your network can help to alert you to malicious traffic. However, installing and maintaining one can be a bit troublesome, particularly if you haven’t done it …

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HoneyDrive 3 VMware guide

I’ve recently become a happy owner of VMware Fusion and my first goal was to see how can HoneyDrive be imported to it and used with the same features as those of VirtualBox (which I mainly use to develop HoneyDrive in the first place). So, here is a step by step guide for converting the HoneyDrive 3 …

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HoneyDrive 3 Royal Jelly edition

Dear security enthusiasts, it’s been around one year and a half since the last release of HoneyDrive Desktop. Upon learning that my honeypots workshop has been accepted at BSides Las Vegas 2014, the thought of upgrading HoneyDrive has been greatly intensified in my mind, to the point that I decided to make it a reality! So, it …

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Dionaea-Vagrant demo

Dionaea-Vagrant demonstration: setting up a Dionaea malware honeypot in under 8 minutes with a single (almost) command!

HoneyKippo en HoneyDrive [ES, no sound]

HonSSH – A high interaction honeypot solution for Linux based systems

This is a guest post by BruteForce Lab’s long time supporter and honeypot enthusiast “Black September”. It is also posted on his site here. Honeypots are nothing new, their use pre-dates computers and malware. Their main goal is to passively sit and wait for someone to engage them. The handler (administrator) of the honeypot will …

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Vagrant configuration for Dionaea malware honeypot

I am happy to announce another small side-project. This time, I decided to make a Dionaea malware honeypot VM available with one command (no kidding!) Lately, I have been playing around with Vagrant which is a fantastic tool to include in your development workflow. Apart from others, Vagrant allows you to create virtual machines and …

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