Tag: Dionaea

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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Honeypot Workshop @ BruCON 2013

It’s that time of the year again, when security enthusiasts gather to Belgium to participate in one of the most successful security conferences in Europe: BruCON 2013. This year, and after some fellow honeypot enthusiasts suggested to me that I should, I submitted an application to present a honeypots workshop. And I have some good …

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HoneyDrive 0.2 Nectar edition released!

Hello all 🙂 Once more, I’m in the happy position to announce a new release for HoneyDrive (Desktop)! This is version 0.2 aka Nectar edition, which brings more honeypot and malware related tools on the distro. You can download it from HoneyDrive’s SourceForge page at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/honeydrive/ Changes and additions on this version (in no particular …

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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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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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