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The Honeynet Project

The Honeynet Project is a leading international 501(c)(3) non-profit security research organization, dedicated to investigating the latest attacks and developing open source security tools to improve Internet security. With chapters around the world, our volunteers have contributed to fight against malware (such as Confickr), discovering new attacks and creating security tools used by businesses and government agencies all over the world.

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Google Summer of Code 2024 Announcement

25 Feb 2024 Lukas Rist gsoc

We are happy to announce that we have been selected as an organization to participate in Google Summer of Code 2024! This will be the 15th time that Honeynet is participating in the Google Summer of Code program to accelerate the creation of information- and cyber security related tools that are free and open source software. We are now entering the community bonding phase during which students are encouraged to reach out and interact with organizations and start getting involved with potential projects. We strongly recommend to join our Discord.

Glutton 1.0 Release

23 Sep 2023 Lukas Rist honeypot glutton

I’d like to announce the 1.0 release of the server-side, low-interaction honeypot Glutton!

We have built Glutton as a versatile honeypot, capable of receiving any network traffic by accepting connections on any port. Being very easy to adapt and extend, Glutton is a fantastic tool to understand network threats.

GSoC 2023 Project summary: Frontend Improvements for Buffalogs, IntelOwl

27 Aug 2023 Matteo Lodi gsoc intelowl buffalogs
Our dedicated Google Summer of Code (GSoC) participant, Abheek, has spent an impressive three-month duration program actively contributing to not one, but two distinct projects: IntelOwl and Buffalogs. Notably, Abheek undertook the responsibility of crafting the brand-new official website for IntelOwl throughout this period. In light of this significant achievement, we believe it is only fitting to showcase his remarkable results and contributions within the official IntelOwl site, in which he discuses his journey as a designer/frontend developer, the tasks involved and the detailed contributions to both projects, including the revamping of IntelOwl’s website, implementing JWT authentication for Buffalogs, creating maps and graphs for BuffaLogs’ dashboard, and crafting a frontend guide for IntelOwl using react-joyride.
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