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Honeypots, what is their limits for intrusion detection? Jul 01 2009 08:18AM
Tomas Olsson (tol sics se) (2 replies)
Hi,
I have a newbie question related to intrusion detection. It was
suggested to me that Honeypots only catches automated attacks, is that
true? How can we know which attacks are not caught? Is there any papers
on what sort of attacks are caught by using honeypots?

Regards
Tomas

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Re: Honeypots, what is their limits for intrusion detection? Jul 02 2009 04:45AM
r00t (r00t ellicit org)
Re: Honeypots, what is their limits for intrusion detection? Jul 01 2009 11:49PM
Albert Gonzalez (albertg cerveau us)


 

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