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Parvinder Bhasin asked us to post an announcement about his new tool. While not officially a tool developed by the Honeynet Project, we thought you should know about some of the great work he is doing. Nepenthes PHARM is a perfect companion to your Nepenthes honeypot installations. PHARM is an Open Source client/server and web portal package, which provides central reporting and analysis of your distributed Nepenthes based honeypots.
We are excited to announce the latest chapter coming on Board, the United Arab Emirates Chapter, hosted and formed by aeCERT. This is the very first Chapter to be joining from the middle-east, we are very excited to have them on board and expect great things from them!
Last week I had the honor of being interviewed by the sharp team at PaulDotCom, in which they quized me extensively about honeypots and honeypot technology. I have had the chance to work with John Strands of the team, who is one of the best penetration testers I know, he really knows his stuff and creates great demonstration hacking videos. If you have a chance, check it out, they are smart group of fun guys.
Honeypots have been actively used by the security community for over ten years now. They are used for a variety of purposes, but now a days primarily for information gathering. When honeypots first were being used they generated a great deal of discussion about the legal issues. However, through the years this debate has died down, most organizations feeling these issues are minor. I just wanted to share an update on these thoughts.
The Honeynet Project is very excited to be a member of the Google Summer of Code. We are sponsoring at least eight GSoC projects and potentialy more, depending on how many other ideas we received. Google has just closed the application period, we are thrlled to see we received 55 applications. Our mentors will spend the next week reviewing and ranking each application. Then, on 15 April Google will select our top applicants. At this time we do not know how many applicants will be allowed in our program, but we are hoping it will be quite a few!
The Honeynet Project is excited to announce the release of Know Your Enemy: Containing Conficker. In this paper we present several potential methods to contain Conficker. The approaches presented take advantage of the way Conficker patches infected systems, which can be used to remotelydetect a compromised system. Furthermore, we demonstrate various methods to detect and remove Conficker locally and a potential vaccination tool is presented.
The Honeynet Project is very excited to announce a new scanning tool for detecting Conficker and an upcoming Know Your Enemy paper detailing how to contain Conficker. Both the paper and the tool have been developed by Honeynet Project members Tillmann Werner and Felix Leder. The tool was developed over the weekend, in co-ordination with Dan Kamisnky, and this tool is now publicly available and is in the process of being integrated into most major vulnerability scanning tools, including Nmap.
Folks, just a friendly reminder that the Honeynet Project is actively seeking and taking students for the annual Google Summer of Code. If you are interested in information security, open source and learning from some extremely talented developers in this area, then this is the place for you. We currently have eight project ideas, but we are open to any suggestions or ideas you may have. Learn more at our Honeynet Project GSoC Ideas Page. Applications close on Friday, 03 April so you only have one week left.
We are excited to announce that the Honeynet Project has been selected by Google to be a mentoring organization for their annual Google Summer of Code project. Our team of volunteers is very excited about this and look forward to working with and helping mentor students around the world about honeypot technologies. To learn more about the different projects you can work with us on, please take a moment to review our IDEAS PAGE. If you will be submitting an application, your best chance to be selected is to take your tim
We are very excited to announce the Honeynet Project has applied for the Google Summer of Code for 2009.