a system designed to lure attackers towards it in order to learn about new attacks or to draw attention away from the real system

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How to understand QEBEK (Honeypot Monitoring Tool)?

I've been trying for some time to find recent or meaningful documentation regarding QEBEK, but all I've found is the Intro and KYT Paper for Installation 2010. The links are just a formal ...
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Add new vulnerabilty module on honeypot dionaea

I want to install dionaea but i am not sure about it's capability to collect modern malware. I see that it use old vulnerabilities modules. My questions are: 1) It is possible to add new ...
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Is there a place where I can upload my honeypot logs to?

Maybe a weird question but I've had a public facing HTTP/SSH honeypot for a little bit over a year now and was wondering if there was any place that I can upload my logs to? There are a bunch of ...
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Explanation for these entries in the Suricata fast.log?

We have installed Suricata on our system. We have the following similar lines in our fast.log. Can anyone explain these lines? 03/17/2016-17:18:52.744707 [**] [1:2200075:1] SURICATA UDPv4 invalid ...
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Honeypot Configuration - Alerting with Mandrill

Has anyone connected the OpenCanary Honeypot Correlator to Mandrill? There is a section of the opencanary_correlator.conf file that allows for the Mandrill API key but for no other configuration. How ...
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Setting up a honeypot to detect malicious network activity

So in the world of networks, people try to gain access to the client machine and perform lateral movement. Honeypots are often used to give them an easy access point and show them an unfavorable or ...
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Script to emulate DNS for Windows machine in honeyd

I want to simulate virtual Windows hosts using honeyd. To do so I have installed honeyd. I have configured honeyd as Windows XP SP1, and now I want to emulate DNS services on it. I used UDPot as a DNS ...
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Collect infected email attachments

I am having catch-all mailboxes for a lot of domains. The mails I receive for them are either spam or have viruses or trojans attached. So far I am just throwing them away, but I wondered if it ...
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What is a decoy-server?

I see that the term "decoy-server" is often used but I am not able to find a more formal definition for it. Can someone help? E.g ...
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What are the dangers of exposing weakly protected user accounts bound with a fake shell over ssh?

As anyone running a server can tell from first-hand experience, there are bots trying to constantly brute force their way through with commonly found usernames over SSH. A friend of mine created a ...
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Understand how dionaea honeypot emulated services work

I'm trying to understand Dionaea honeypot and the information flow. I understand that it emulates some services, like SMB, ftp, tftp, try to responde with these, then gets the shellcode and ...
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Detect host lookups against a domain/subdomain name

I want to detect, with as much accuracy as possible, the IP address of any remote host performing a DNS lookup of my domain name (eg. nslookup mydomain123.com) and any subdomains as well if possible. ...
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PGP 'forced entry' decode (steganography?)

This was originally posted by me on stackoverflow but was deemed too generic. It does seem like an impossible thing to do, but: you know when you have your perimeter alarm system you usually get ...
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I can't get the honeyd to run in loopback interface

I've been working on honeyd for two day and am struggling with it. What I'd like to do is that I'd want to run it on my own localhost (i.e. loopback interface). But I'm keep getting the following ...
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Honeypot used as as a proxy?

I'm running Kali Linux on my system at home to practice pentesting. If I implement a honeypot on my system could it be possible to use that as some sort of proxy server? I was thinking it wouldn't be ...
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How Honeypot and Greynet are different?

From what I have read about Greynet is, when we are talking about greynet, we are simply placing darknet inside network to monitor if someone is performing network scanning inside our network. These ...
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problem blocking TCP scans by setting up honeyd in virtual environment

I am creating a virtual environment where I have created three virtual machines, CentOS as an Apache Webserver CentOs as an Attacker machine FreeBSD with Honeyd to setup Honeypot I have ...
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Host-based security architecture for web server network

I am begining with network security and after studying for a while about often used technologies I got to this architecture for my home server (sorry it is not in english). I considered 3 basic ...
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How to detect a Dionaea Honeypot, is it possible or not?

There is a question like this but the answers aren't sufficient to me. I am interested in a honeypot project and I use the dionaea honeypot. This project is really cool, but there is a problem. How ...
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running botnet for analysis

I a very curious to understand botnets practically. I want to run a p2p botnet (storm or waledac) for analysis and learning. I have mainly two issues: Where can i get access to binaries of either ...
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What is the current U.S. law regarding the building of and deployment of honeypots? [closed]

I have lots of links to information on the topic that I've gathered published since the mid-2000s and this SANS document has always been my goto: ...
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How can you draw attention to your web application honeypot? [duplicate]

Unsatisfied with existing software, I'm currently toying around with writing a web application honeypot. My question is: how do you draw the attention of attackers and automated attacking software to ...
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Why did this attack use 0.0.0.0 as IP address and why did it work?

Working through this exercise in network forensics, the attacker used a buffer overflow exploit to send commands to the victim's command prompt. The commands open an FTP session and download some ...
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Why are honeypots not widely deployed?

From what I understand honeypots in addition to honey tokens are meant to prevent malicious insiders. Given recent high profile cases involving malicious insiders (Snowden), why are honeypots not ...
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Is there a Service to setup a Honey Pot URL to collect user IP + other data? [closed]

Being the paranoid user I am. I always think I have an infected computer with trojans or malware or prying eyes to my work computer. I was wondering is there a service that lets you create a honey pot ...
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Is it possible to detect a honeypot? [closed]

Do techniques exists to know if a machine is a honeypot (or suspicious indicators)? What techniques can be used for a software inside the honeypot or outside it? What techniques uses malware to ...
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How could honeypot be vulnerable?

We've been hacked for the 2nd time without knowing how/who did it. Luckily we were able to shutdown everything! We're trying to deploy Honeypot to be in control of what is going on from our local ...
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Setting up a honeypot

I have a spare computer lying around at my house, so I decided to turn it into a honeypot. So far, I have installed Windows XP (no service pack) on it and have set up rules on my router to forward ...
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What is the alternative tool for Honeypots? [closed]

Nowadays the tools of Honeypots are not reliable as before, because an attacker with some knowledge can detect it and override its power. So if I want something with the same characteristics as the ...
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Know of any HTTP tarpits/blackholes to use for redirecting malicious traffic?

So I cleaned up some malicious PHP scripts from a client's site and I've been monitoring for follow up connections to the scripts. Of course, I've found a LOT of IPs requesting the files. Too many ...
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Kippo graph Human Activity. What is it?

So I was running a Kippo honeypot. In Kippo graph there is a diagram tilted "Human activity" (see attached photo). What does it mean? Does it mean that, for example, on 21-11-2014 90 real attackers ...
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How do I setup honeypot server on Windows 7?

Background I would like to setup a honeypot server on a Windows 7 PC. My system is not part of a network and I don't run a server. I have a Windows 7 desktop PC. It's Home Premium Anytime Upgrade ...
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How to configure routing infrastructure so that the appropriate network traffic gets passed to the honeypot machine (windows xp)

I would like to configure local honeypot on windows xp which is installed on vmware, to do so I follow instruction on this link, but as I am new I don't know how can I configure routing infrastructure ...
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Allowing root login, but denying any actual logins

A friend told me a few months ago about an audit where he discovered root logins were enabled via SSH. This obviously ended up on the report, but when questioned the admin told him that he had set up ...
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How do honeypots remain secure to 0days and newer exploits?

If honeypots are designed for a specific set of exploits, such as SQL injection and XSS, how do they protect themselves against other exploits? For instance, if I created a honeypot a few months ago, ...
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Honeyd Isn't Detecting Loud Scans [closed]

I've got the Honeyd honeypot in one virtual machine (kali) and nmap in another (ubuntu), the config file looks like this: create default set default default tcp action closed set default default udp ...
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Can a hacker who has entered a virtual honeypot attack a LAN?

Is it possible for a hacker who has entered a honeypot (running in a virtual machine e.g. virtualbox), to attack real computers on a LAN?
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What is it called when you give hackers a way in?

Is there a name for a system that is designed to be hacked into? (Alternatively, there may be a different name for a system that is designed to look like it is hacked in to, but is actually just ...
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Where to submit collected malware from my honeypot?

wondering if you could help me. i setup the Dionaea honeypot and have collected 6 or 7 malware files. Unfortunately upon checking the Dionaea logs it keeps giving the error "Couldn't resolve host" for ...
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Create honeypot for remote desktop applications

Due recent breaches that have occurred using weak remote access application passwords. I would like to setup my own honey pot on a windows machine to study their malicious intents. This is pretty easy ...
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Are computers on same network as honeypot safe?

If a computer is setup as a honeypot and is on the same LAN with other computers, could other computers be attacked? My thought is that if an attacker infects a honeypot with a worm, this worm would ...
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honeyd is still a good alternative?

I've been investigating to deploy a honeypot for research purpose, Honeyd seems like the most popular and adequate option to my needs, but it seems too old, the last version of this software was ...
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How can Joe Citizen report or at least hamper a phone-based PC scammer?

Within the last week, I've received 3 phone calls at 3 different locations from technicians who are calling "from Microsoft" about "Windows problems" that they've detected on my PC. Which they ...
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Simple Windows 7 honeypot: is this safe?

I want to share a "honeypot" folder on a Windows 7 machine connected to a router. The only shared folder in the local workgroup connected to this router is the honeypot folder, which allows ...
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Anyone seen weird messages in their logs?

I've been reading over the logs on my honeypot and discovered the following messages that seem to be either gibberish or a cypher message: kernel: v0 neigfradn tt kernel: [2108296.63083] devc nt nee ...
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Is a honeypot an effective deterrent to hackers successfully compromising your network?

According to Microsoft, adding a honeypot to your corporate network is an effective way to deter hackers from compromising your network. Aren't honeypots more for research purposes and not ideal for ...
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Can someone get my WPA2 password with honeypots?

Yesterday I went to my cousin's home and I saw that I'm not connected to his wireless (for internet access). Then I have looked up the list of wireless points. I have found his name and clicked it ...
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compromising DVRs to become bitcoin mining bot [duplicate]

I read this article, about an exploit which highjacks a DVR to become a "bitcoin mining bot". The heart of the attack is to send a binary using just echo comands to the device, which acts as a ...
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Simulation of security against IP [closed]

I am pursuing a college project, in which I am running three fake services on three ports to protect the main service (say running at port 80). The concept is that if the user is malicious, he'll try ...
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Suppressing broadcast traffic in honeyd logs?

I'm trying to set up a honeyd system. How can I suppress the broadcast traffic seen by the outside interface, preferably without needing to resort to syslog filters? User subnet 192.168.20.0/24, ...