Tag Archive: Kippo

Feb 14 2014

Kippo-Malware update

Kippo-Malware has been updated! It now includes optional arguments to select an HTTP proxy through which to download the files (as to not send your IP to attacker-owned servers) and also supports custom User-Agent values. A list of HTTP proxies can be found online, e.g.: https://hidemyass.com/proxy-list/search-225414 You can download it from: https://github.com/ikoniaris/kippo-malware (git clone or …

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Feb 13 2014

Announcing Kippo-Malware

This is another side project, with the goal of creating a script that will download all malicious files stored as URLs in a Kippo SSH honeypot database (and help me learn some Python during the process). This is useful in situations where you have lost your files or something happened to your VPS/server but you …

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HoneyKippo en HoneyDrive [ES, no sound]

Feb 11 2014

HonSSH - A high interaction honeypot solution for Linux based systems


This is a guest post by BruteForce Lab’s long time supporter and honeypot enthusiast “Black September”. It is also posted on his site here. Honeypots are nothing new, their use pre-dates computers and malware. Their main goal is to passively sit and wait for someone to engage them. The handler (administrator) of the honeypot will …

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Feb 06 2014

Kippo-Graph 0.9.1 - Google Map fix

Kippo-Graph has been updated to version 0.9.1, fixing the Google Map rendering issue in Kippo-Geo component. You can download the new version from here: kippo-graph-0.9.1, or clone/pull from Kippo-Graph’s git repository hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/ikoniaris/kippo-graph. As always, here are the checksums for the tar file: MD5 Checksum: 5F496A1C3AF911B644E0A2E54D60980C SHA-1 Checksum: CDA97448823C202B181B4453153812B019F19CE2 CHANGES: Version 0.9.1: + …

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Oct 07 2013

Kippo-Graph: version 0.9 is out!

This is yet another release of Kippo-Graph, reaching version 0.9! In this version there is a new Spanish translation added, and with great pleasure I can also announce the first code contribution (Kippo-Graph is open source after all!) by “Kevin the Hermit”, who added CSV exporting capabilities for all the data. You will find a …

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Sep 14 2013

Honeypot Workshop @ BruCON 2013

It’s that time of the year again, when security enthusiasts gather to Belgium to participate in one of the most successful security conferences in Europe: BruCON 2013. This year, and after some fellow honeypot enthusiasts suggested to me that I should, I submitted an application to present a honeypots workshop. And I have some good …

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