Kippo-Graph 0.8 released – BruCON edition

Dear honeypot enthusiasts, this is yet another release of Kippo-Graph, reaching version 0.8.

In this version, I have converted the functional code into object-oriented, in an effort to slowly move towards a complete rewrite of Kippo-Graph using an MVC framework or something similar, (hopefully) in the near future. Also, four additional IP reputation services were added in Kippo-Geo and some CSS fixes took care of various annoying bugs mostly concerning the tables in Kippo-Input.

As a side note, this is deemed as the “BruCON edition” of Kippo-Graph. For those of you that haven’t heard the news, I will be presenting an introductory workshop on honeypots at BruCON 2013 in Belgium near the end of this month. A post on this subject will be published today or tomorrow. So, I thought it would be a good reason to update Kippo-Graph as well 🙂

You can download the new version from here: kippo-graph-0.8, or clone/pull from Kippo-Graph’s git repository hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/ikoniaris/kippo-graph.

Please take a look at the new config.php file as you will most likely need to make some adjustments.

As always, here are the checksums for the tar file:

MD5 Checksum: 494AE481E49E7493712FD89B6D748CBF
SHA-1 Checksum: 56ED56B73B26CF099CDC392DE2A0A3F829C2B064

CHANGES:

Version 0.8:
+ Changed code to OOP style.
+ Added FortiGuard, AlientVault, WatchGuard and McAfee IP scanning services (Kippo-Geo).
+ Various CSS-related fixes for tables and cross-browser compatibility.

For comments, suggestions, fixes, please use the Kippo-Graph page: http://bruteforcelab.com/kippo-graph

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