Category Archives: Honeynet Project

GSoC 2015: Introducing YAPDNS

Disclaimer This post is mainly intended for GSoC 2015 students who might want to consider contributing to a new Honeynet Project tool called YAPDNS (Yet Another Passive DNS). If you are interested in contributing to YAPDNS outside of GSoC, you … Continue reading

Posted in GSoC, Honeynet Project, News | Tagged , ,

GSoC 2015: Introducing Thug’s Rumal

Disclaimer This post is mainly intended for GSoC 2015 students who might want to consider contributing to a pretty new Honeynet Project tool called Rumal. If you are interested in contributing to Rumal outside of GSoC, then you will most … Continue reading

Posted in GSoC, Honeynet Project, News | Tagged , ,

Thug Plugin Framework

In the last months I spent a lot of efforts in Thug development. During these months a few interesting features and improvements were introduced but right now I want to spend some time for taking a look at the new … Continue reading

Posted in Honeynet Project, Projects, Thug

Low-interaction honeyclient Thug released!

I’m glad to announce I publicly released a brand new low-interaction honeyclient I’m working on from a few months now. The project name is Thug and it was publicly presented during the Honeynet Project Security Workshop in Facebook HQ in … Continue reading

Posted in Honeynet Project, Projects, Thug | Tagged , ,

Forensic Challenge 2010/6 – Analyzing Malicious Portable Destructive Files is now live

Another challenge is ready to be tackled by forensic analysts, students, hackers and alike. This time, we present you with an attack vector that has become quite successful: malicious PDF files! For challenge 6 of our series (provided by Mahmud Ab … Continue reading

Posted in Honeynet Project, News | Tagged ,

Forensic Challenge 2010/5 – Log Mysteries is now live

Forensic Challenge 5 – Log Mysteries is now live! This challenge takes you into the world of virtual systems and confusing log data. Figure out what happened to a virtual server using all the logs from a possibly compromised server. Challenge … Continue reading

Posted in Honeynet Project, News | Tagged ,

PHoneyC DOM Emulation – Browser Personality

A new improvement in PHoneyC DOM emulation code was committed in SVN r1624. The idea is to better emulate the DOM behaviour depending on the selected browser personality. Let’s take a look at the code starting from the personalities definition … Continue reading

Posted in Honeynet Project, PHoneyC, Projects | Tagged , ,