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Re: Honeyd 0.7a Linux Toolkit - beta1
From: Manuel Lanctot <pacu_at_sympatico.ca>
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2003 19:43:06 -0500
I've been using honeyd 5.0 for a while and was quite happy. I upgraded
Honeyd is great and I have a lot of fun playing with, trying different
Another thing. I'm currently routing the traffic at the router level (port 25
Almost last thing, which is a suggestion for the dev team. I'd like to see a
Last thing, finally. I'm curious as to how exactly the "tarpit" function
Enough for now, keep up the good work Lance et al.
-- Manuel Lanctot On December 15, 2003 10:55 pm, Lance Spitzner wrote: > One my personal goals is to make it easier to use the > advanced capabilities of Honeyd. The new 0.7a Honeyd > Toolkit is an attempt to do just that. The Toolkit > contains the following: > > - Statically compiled Honeyd and Arpd binaries > (X86 Linux) and start-up scripts for easier > deployment. > > - Collection of as many emulated services and scripts > I could find. These scripts are organized based on > the OS they emulate, to make it easier to deploy > virtual honeypots. If you know of any more, and would > like them added, please let me know. > > - Honeyd.conf.bloat. A configuration file that attempts > to create and demonstrate as many different templates > as possible. > > The Toolkit can definitely use some help, including new > templates, added scripts, and any words of guidance or > wisdom based on your experience. You can give it a whirl > at > > http://www.tracking-hackers.com/solutions/honeyd/ > > Any suggestions, contributions, or bugs greatly > appreciated. > > Thanks! > > lanceReceived on Tue Dec 16 2003 - 21:26:07 PST
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