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December 28, 2016

Meet Lukas Rist, our new Chief Research Officer

Back in November, the Honeynet Project announced the appointment of a new Chief Research Officer: Lukas Rist took the role after a long and successful tenure […]
November 24, 2016

DDOS alerting service

SIDN Fund offers financial support for DDOS alerting service   Within our HoneyNED chapter two people are working on DDOS detection techniques by using honeypot technology. […]
November 2, 2016

Email analysis with SpamScope

SpamScope (https://github.com/SpamScope/spamscope) is a fast and advanced tool for email analysis developed by Fedele Mantuano (@fedelemantuano).  The analysis engine it’s based on Apache Storm and Streamparse. […]
September 9, 2016

Initial analysis of four million login attempts

Introduction This blog post is a follow up to an earlier article, where I set out to conceive a system that could deliver the data needs […]
September 5, 2016

A new and improved version of Rumal

Thug is a client honeypot that emulates a real web browser, fetches and executes any internal or external JavaScript, follows all redirects, downloadable files just like […]
August 26, 2016

Introduction to CuckooML: Machine Learning for Cuckoo Sandbox

CuckooML is a GSOC 2016 project by Kacper Sokol that aims to deliver the possibility to find similarities between malware samples based on static and dynamic […]
July 27, 2016

The Honeynet Project Partners With DigitalOcean To Drive Internet Security Research

DigitalOcean, a leading cloud computing platform, announced its support of The Honeynet Project with donation of Web infrastructure and support services. The partnership will allow The Honeynet Project […]
April 30, 2016

GSoC 2016 Student Selection Officially Announced

At the end of February we were very happy to announce that The Honeynet Project had once again been selected to be a mentoring organization in […]
December 28, 2016

Meet Lukas Rist, our new Chief Research Officer

Back in November, the Honeynet Project announced the appointment of a new Chief Research Officer: Lukas Rist took the role after a long and successful tenure […]
November 24, 2016

DDOS alerting service

SIDN Fund offers financial support for DDOS alerting service   Within our HoneyNED chapter two people are working on DDOS detection techniques by using honeypot technology. […]
November 2, 2016

Email analysis with SpamScope

SpamScope (https://github.com/SpamScope/spamscope) is a fast and advanced tool for email analysis developed by Fedele Mantuano (@fedelemantuano).  The analysis engine it’s based on Apache Storm and Streamparse. […]
September 9, 2016

Initial analysis of four million login attempts

Introduction This blog post is a follow up to an earlier article, where I set out to conceive a system that could deliver the data needs […]
September 5, 2016

A new and improved version of Rumal

Thug is a client honeypot that emulates a real web browser, fetches and executes any internal or external JavaScript, follows all redirects, downloadable files just like […]
August 26, 2016

Introduction to CuckooML: Machine Learning for Cuckoo Sandbox

CuckooML is a GSOC 2016 project by Kacper Sokol that aims to deliver the possibility to find similarities between malware samples based on static and dynamic […]
July 27, 2016

The Honeynet Project Partners With DigitalOcean To Drive Internet Security Research

DigitalOcean, a leading cloud computing platform, announced its support of The Honeynet Project with donation of Web infrastructure and support services. The partnership will allow The Honeynet Project […]
April 30, 2016

GSoC 2016 Student Selection Officially Announced

At the end of February we were very happy to announce that The Honeynet Project had once again been selected to be a mentoring organization in […]
December 28, 2016

Meet Lukas Rist, our new Chief Research Officer

Back in November, the Honeynet Project announced the appointment of a new Chief Research Officer: Lukas Rist took the role after a long and successful tenure […]
November 24, 2016

DDOS alerting service

SIDN Fund offers financial support for DDOS alerting service   Within our HoneyNED chapter two people are working on DDOS detection techniques by using honeypot technology. […]
November 2, 2016

Email analysis with SpamScope

SpamScope (https://github.com/SpamScope/spamscope) is a fast and advanced tool for email analysis developed by Fedele Mantuano (@fedelemantuano).  The analysis engine it’s based on Apache Storm and Streamparse. […]
September 9, 2016

Initial analysis of four million login attempts

Introduction This blog post is a follow up to an earlier article, where I set out to conceive a system that could deliver the data needs […]
September 5, 2016

A new and improved version of Rumal

Thug is a client honeypot that emulates a real web browser, fetches and executes any internal or external JavaScript, follows all redirects, downloadable files just like […]
August 26, 2016

Introduction to CuckooML: Machine Learning for Cuckoo Sandbox

CuckooML is a GSOC 2016 project by Kacper Sokol that aims to deliver the possibility to find similarities between malware samples based on static and dynamic […]
July 27, 2016

The Honeynet Project Partners With DigitalOcean To Drive Internet Security Research

DigitalOcean, a leading cloud computing platform, announced its support of The Honeynet Project with donation of Web infrastructure and support services. The partnership will allow The Honeynet Project […]
April 30, 2016

GSoC 2016 Student Selection Officially Announced

At the end of February we were very happy to announce that The Honeynet Project had once again been selected to be a mentoring organization in […]