Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “honeypot”
December 21, 2015
Monitoring Honeypot Output
Last week I posted in Hacking about installing a Honeypot to record SSH traffic. Since it was installed, I’ve been working on easily monitoring of the output. Michel Oosterhof, the creator of Cowrie, has done a lot of development work to create some awesome logging output from the honeypot. There are a lot of different options and you can even store output in a mySql database. I found instructions for that on a wordpress blog.
December 18, 2015
Cowrie Honeypot Installation
Who likes honey? I know I do. Unfortunately Cowrie isn’t the like of honeypot you might imagine. Instead of thinking source of deliciousness, think something you will get your hand stuck in. In security terms a Honeypot is where a system is set up to record everything that’s going on. In those terms, cowrie is a SSH monitor that tracks everything that happens over an ssh connection. This is a project that I started with @Taco_Pirate.