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The Conpot team recently introduced what we call the proxy module. Basically we forward the traffic from one service in Conpot to a service running on a real piece of hardware. This is a very successful technique when figuring out a unknown hardware or protocol. Next step then is to decode the messages logged in the proxy module. Most of this step is done by studying books of specifications, leaked manuals and offensive tools. This then gives us insight into the protocol, the commands sent and responses generated.
It is my great pleasure to announce that HoneyDrive 3 is here, codenamed Royal Jelly!
For those in need of a more official description or for people that haven’t heard of HoneyDrive before, here is one:
Vagrant and Docker and wonderful tools that enable security practitioners to easily dive into the DevOps world and use them for InfoSec projects. Continuing from the previous blog post Thug in 5 minutes, here is a Vagrant configuration to setup Thug honeyclient.
During the month of May the following information was obtained from Glastopf installations worldwide
Number of alert for the period: 1859863
Filenames (RFI) - 10 most popular during the period:
During the month of April the following information was obtained from Glastopf installations worldwide
Number of alert for the period: 1325919
Filenames (RFI) - 10 most common during the period:
Thug 0.4.0 was released on June, 8th 2012 and a huge number of really important features were added since then. During the last two years I had a lot of fun thinking and designing the future of the project and I'm really proud of what Thug is now. I have to thank a lot of persons who contributed with their suggestions, ideas, bug reports and sometimes patches. You know who you are. Really thanks!
After some time without releasing any new version here is peepdf v0.3. It is not that I was not working in the project, but since the option to update the tool from the command line was released creating new versions became a secondary task.
Ever wanted to run up a quick instance of Thug on a couple of malicious web sites or try it out but lacked the sys op knowledge or time to install it? Here is the opportunity. Thanks to Docker you can run Thug up in a matter of minutes. Jose Nazario and me have created two docker images which are in the Docker Hub ready to run.
So this is how to do it:
Well folks, just a few days and the workshops will kick off ! Registrants, please remember to bring your printed tickets !
The on-line registration was closed on May 8th and tickets are almost sold out. Just a few tickets are left for on-site registration. No promises, but if you are in the area. Check it out !