Honeypots
Honeypot books Dec 25 2007 01:52AM
karlzen (henrik karlzen bostream nu) (1 replies)
Re: Honeypot books Dec 25 2007 09:44AM
Jamie Riden (jamie riden gmail com) (1 replies)
RE: Honeypot books Dec 26 2007 01:46PM
Dodge, R. LTC IETD (Ronald Dodge usma edu) (2 replies)
RE: Honeypot books Dec 26 2007 10:37PM
Roger A. Grimes (roger banneretcs com)
Re: Honeypot books Dec 26 2007 07:15PM
Parvinder Bhasin (parvinder bhasin gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Honeypot books Dec 26 2007 09:53PM
Joshua Gimer (jgimer gmail com)
There is also a book by Lance Spitzner called "Honeypots Tracking
Hackers" that is worth a read.

I have read the other two previously suggested books also, and they
are worth getting. I personally would place them in the following order

1. Know Your Enemy
2. Virtual Honeypots
3. Honeypots Tracking Hackers

Joshua Gimer

On Dec 26, 2007, at 12:15 PM, Parvinder Bhasin wrote:

> I would recommend Know your enemy. It covers quite a bit in detail
> about honeypots.
>
> The new Virtual Honeypots is a good read too.
>
> -Parvinder Bhasin
>
>
> Dodge, R. LTC IETD wrote:
>> The new book "Virtual Honeypots" is a great read. I am not sure it
>> will
>> provide you the depth you are looking for. What is the thesis of
>> your project? You may need to find books that
>> detail technologies specific to your project, i.e. "TCP/IP vol I or
>> II"
>> from Stevens, a detailed reference on SNORT, or a more service (like
>> APACHE) focused book.
>> Ron
>> Ron Dodge
>> ronalddodge (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]
>> West Point Honeynet Project: http://westpoint.honeynet.org/
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed] [mailto:listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
>> ]
>> On Behalf Of Jamie Riden
>> Sent: Tuesday, December 25, 2007 4:45 AM
>> To: karlzen
>> Cc: honeypots (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
>> Subject: Re: Honeypot books
>> On 24/12/2007, karlzen <henrik.karlzen (at) bostream (dot) nu [email concealed]> wrote:
>>> Hi everyone!
>>>
>>> I'm new here and I hope my question is not posed in the wrong
>>> forum. :)
>>>
>>> After New Year I will do my bachelor project which will consist of
>>> adding/improving on an existing honeypot application. Now, I'm new
>>> to this area but have for example taken a course on network
>>> security. Anyway, I'm going to buy a book on the subject and am
>>> wondering which one is best suited. I've checked out http://www.honeypots.net/honeypots/books
>>> and apparently all the books get great reviews on amazon. Since I
>>> will be coding some stuff myself I'd like the book to explain such
>>> things in more detail and not just existing tools (but of course I
>>> don't want to "cheat"). Is the latest
>> "Virtual honeypots" the best bet?
>> I think it's a great book, but I haven't read other honeypot books
>> so I
>> can't compare directly. It covers a lot of ground, including every
>> honeypot technology I'd heard of and quite a few that I hadn't
>> before I
>> read it.
>> I think a lot of people find the title slightly misleading - in
>> fact it
>> has a lot of detail about honeypots in general and is not
>> restricted to
>> virtualised implementations.
>> Happy Christmas,
>> Jamie
>> --
>> Jamie Riden / jamesr (at) europe (dot) com [email concealed] / jamie (at) honeynet.org (dot) uk [email concealed] UK Honeynet
>> Project: http://www.ukhoneynet.org/
>

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