Category: Honeypots

GÉANT: Experiences with IDS and Honeypots

Visualizing Dionaea’s results with DionaeaFR

Hello readers and honeypot enthusiasts. As I was writing a couple of articles on basic malware analysis, I noticed today that a new visualization tool was released for Dionaea malware honeypot! In fact I had in mind to develop something along the lines of Kippo-Graph for Dioanea as well, so I am very happy to …

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dork.db for Glastopf web honeypot

While working on the new version of HoneyDrive (hopefully to be released next week) I encountered an error trying to execute Glastopf web honeypot after following the installation instructions. It seems that the GitHub repo is missing the dork.db file needed for the honeypot’s operation. Luckily Lukas (@glaslos) the developer of Glastopf and honeypot-enthusiast Mikael …

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Visualizing a cyber attack on a VOIP server

TekTip ep18 – HoneyDrive

HoneyDrive Desktop released!

Hello! Merry X-Mas to all 🙂 I am very happy to be in the position to announce the newest addition to my projects: HoneyDrive (Desktop). What is it? Here is a brief but informative description: HoneyDrive is a virtual appliance (OVA) with Xubuntu Desktop 12.04 32-bit edition installed. It contains various honeypot software packages such …

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Kippo2MySQL v0.2

Kippo2MySQL has been updated to version 0.2, and I think it’s mostly completed. I added DisSsha’s suggestion (dropping existing tables in database) and added a MySQL port option. As mentioned before you will have to manually create a MySQL database to store the data and change all the required values inside the script in order …

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