Tag Archive: Kippo-Malware

Jul 26 2014

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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Feb 18 2014

Kippo-Malware update #2

Kippo-Malware has been updated again! It now includes support for Kippo’s configuration file. This means that you can simply pass a “-c” or “–config” argument with a kippo.cfg file and Kippo-Malware will fetch all settings corresponding to MySQL and downloads directory from it. Various small fixes have been applied as well. You can download it …

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Feb 14 2014

Kippo-Malware update

Kippo-Malware has been updated! It now includes optional arguments to select an HTTP proxy through which to download the files (as to not send your IP to attacker-owned servers) and also supports custom User-Agent values. A list of HTTP proxies can be found online, e.g.: https://hidemyass.com/proxy-list/search-225414 You can download it from: https://github.com/ikoniaris/kippo-malware (git clone or …

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Feb 13 2014

Announcing Kippo-Malware

This is another side project, with the goal of creating a script that will download all malicious files stored as URLs in a Kippo SSH honeypot database (and help me learn some Python during the process). This is useful in situations where you have lost your files or something happened to your VPS/server but you …

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