Posts Tagged ‘INetSim’

Honeypot intruders’ HTTP activity

One of my Cowrie honeypots has been configured to intercept various outbound connections, redirecting them into an INetSim honeypot offering corresponding services. When intruders think they’re making an outbound HTTPS connection, they only reach the INetSim server, where their attempts are registered and logged. When someone successfully logs in to the Cowrie honeypot, be it […]

Updating wordlists from Elasticsearch

Among the many benefits of running a honeypot is gathering the credentials intruders try in order to log in. As explained in some earlier blog posts, my Cowrie honeypots are redirecting secondary connections to another honeypot running INetSim. For example, an intruder logged in to a Cowrie honeypot may use the established foothold to make […]

Beneficial side effects of running a honeypot

I’ve been running a honeypot for quite a while now, it started out as a pure SSH honeypot – first with Kippo and then I migrated to Cowrie. Some time later I added more honeypot services to the unit in the form of InetSim. The InetSim software provides multiple plaintext services like HTTP, FTP, and […]