Czech Chapter

Kippo fork - all in one

Hello,

last week I published kippo fork https://github.com/katkad/kippo
which contains commits from https://github.com/micheloosterhof/kippo-mo
(Michel Oosterhof brought awesome SFTP, and exec support)
and original kippo https://github.com/desaster/kippo
(I am very pleased is now on github. was on google code before).

On top of that are my changes:
- use shasum to store binaries from wget and SFTP (less disk space is used)

Czech Chapter Status Report for 2013

ORGANIZATION

Current chapter members:

  • David Vorel - Chapter lead
  • Matej Zuzcak - New Member
  • Pavol Sokol - New Member
  • Peter Pisarcik - New Member
  • Viliam Lisy - New Member

DEPLOYMENTS

We have the following tools in our lab environment:

  • 2x Dionaea
  • 2x Kojoney
  • 1x Kippo
  • 1x Cuckoo
  • 1x Thug
  • 1x PHoneyC
  • 1x Capture-HPC

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

Czech Chapter Report for 2010/2011

ORGANIZATION

Changes in the structure of your organization.

  • We have one new member - Jaroslav Vorlicek
  • Jan and Ales are not active (own duties..)

List current active chapter members and their activities

  • David Vorel - Honeypots deployment, data analyst, data visualization
    • DEPLOYMENTS

      List current technologies deployed.

Czech Chapter Status Report For 2008

 
 
ORGANIZATION
 
1. Changes in the structure of your organization.
 

  • We have one new member, his name is Jan Snajdr.

 
2. List current chapter members and their activities
 

  • David Vorel - Honeypots deployment, data analyst
  • Petr Hromadko - Honeypots deployment
  • Ales Hrabe - Honeypots deployment, webmaster
  • Jan Snajdr - New member - mainly data analyst

 

About The Honeynet Project

The Honeynet Project is a leading international 501c3 non-profit security research organization, dedicated to investigating the latest attacks and developing open source security tools to improve Internet security. With Chapters around the world, our volunteers have contributed to fight against malware (such as Confickr), discovering new attacks and creating security tools used by businesses and government agencies all over the world.

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