Honeypots
Help find subject for a paper May 26 2008 11:35PM
Vinícius Batistela (vinicius batistela org) (3 replies)
Re: Help find subject for a paper May 27 2008 03:11PM
Colin Copley (colin 75 btinternet com)
Re: Help find subject for a paper May 27 2008 10:50AM
Jakub (evaver gmail com)
Re: Help find subject for a paper May 27 2008 10:40AM
Jon Kibler (Jon Kibler aset com)
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Vinícius Batistela wrote:
> Hi, i'm from Brazil, student of computer science and i am doing a
> paper about honeypots and honeynets. I have already done a research
> and i know most of the concepts about them. But now, i have to choose
> something more practical to do and i don't know what. I want to do
> something that contribute with the community. So, i am here for ask
> you, if someone know about something that i could do, that anyone have
> done yet. It can envolve programming or a special implementation of
> some honeypot honeynet.
>
> Thank you and sorry about the bad english.
>

Hi,

Current honeypots are easy to detect and subvert. Perhaps you could work
on stealth or hardening of one of the standard honeypots?

Good luck!

Jon Kibler
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