Glastopf v3 aka Glaspot released

We where glad to announce yet another tool during our annual workshop in San Francisco. Glaspot is the third version of the web application honeypot Glastopf and it come with some very powerful new features:

  • A build-in PHP sandbox for code injection emulation, allowing us to bring vulnerability emulation to a new level
  • Hooked up to the HPFeeds generic data feed system for centralized data collection and tight integration into our sandbox and web server botnet monitoring system
  • Modular implementation: Turn your web application into a honeypot with a few easy steps
  • Runs in his own lightweight Python server or as a WSGI module in common web server environments
  • Automated attack surface generation and expansion

The Honeynet Project Releases New Tool: streams

Tillmann Werner from the Giraffe Honeynet Project chapter just released the first version of "streams", a tool for browsing, mining and processing TCP streams in pcap files. If you ever needed to process large pcap files on a session level, you will love this tool. Have a look at the README to get an impression of its

The README contains some sample output and tool description. Read more »

Picviz 'Durian gostoso' 0.6 is out

Hello all!
In Last night we had released the newest version of PicViz suite (that contains all PicViz tools). Specifically for the GUI, now we can brush the lines dynamically and apply zoom in graph. To allow line brush has been necessary reimplement some important classes of PyQt used in the GUI. It wasn't easy. But now it works, despite of we must continually improve the line (event) selection. Read more »

libemu: Detecting selfencrypted shellcode in network streams

As libemu had it's second release (0.2.0) lately, I'll try to introduce it to the audience who did not hear about it yet.
libemu is a small library written in c offering basic x86 emulation and shellcode detection using GetPC heuristics.
Intended use is within network intrusion/prevention detections and honeypots.

This post is split into four parts:

  • Practical libemu usecase, showing how it executes shellcode and which information we get from it
  • Explanation of libemu and how it detects shellcode
  • High level shellcode profiling and pre-requirements for this step
  • API call hooking internals
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