The EU cyber security Agency ENISA is launching an in-depth study on 30 different digital traps or honeypots that can be used by CERTs to proactively detect cyber attacks.
It might seem like a strange question, but I wonder how many readers are running a honeypot network in their infrastructure? If you’re not then let me be the first to say that you really should.
Ghost is a honeypot for malware that spreads via USB storage devices.
Just as the original spam – the tinned meat of 50 years ago - prompted people to wonder just what it contained, so too does the spam of the internet age.
Katana is a portable multi-boot security suite which brings together all of the best security distributions to run from one USB drive. Katana includes distributions which focus on penetration testing, auditing, password cracking, forensics and honeypots. One major addition to the project is Forge.