Congratulations to the 2nd Australian Honeynet Project Chapter that has recently started. We wish them all the best and look forward to their research and contributions to the community.
Current Members Ben Reardon – Member Chris Horsley – Member Gerald O’Reilly – Member David Zielezna – Member Kayne Naughton – Member Shaun Vlassis – Chapter Lead Changes in the structure of your chapter We have been very lucky to […]
The Beta version of HoneySink is out! What is HoneySink? HoneySink is an open source network sinkhole that provides a mechanism for detection and prevention of malicious traffic on a given network. Able to be deployed both internally and externally […]
ollowing is a brief summary of our activity and contributions during 2010: Organisation 2010 saw the addition of David Zielezna as a contributor to the Project. We are now: – Shaun Vlassis, HP full member, Chapter lead. – Ben Reardon. […]
What is Trigona? Trigona is a VirtualBox powered honey-client that was designed for high throughput with low False Positive and low False Negative rates. It is essentially taking the best of High interaction and Low interaction honey-clients and cobbling them […]
Greetings everyone Recently on the train to work I got to playing with VirtualBox and by the end of the trip I had a very nice new toy that will automagically process malware samples in VirtualBox images and capture their […]
Today we are happy to announce the release of an automated spam processing tool. It will extract out all urls from an email, try to pick the correct sender of the email and then link the two together in a […]
Today we are very proud to announce that labyrinthdata.net.au has donated a server to the Australian Honeynet Project. If you are looking for good Australian VPS hosting take a look at these guys!
Hi all, The latest version of the Tracking system has finally been released. The changes to version 1.0 are not too great. This version allows us to decide which hostnames we want to track.
Current Development of the DonkeyPot is progressing along at different speeds lately. I’ve been looking at many different coding examples from the OCAML code for mldonkey to a lovely little c# app as I decided that trying to do it […]