New project available: GreedyBear

27 Dec 2021 Matteo Lodi featured greedybear honeypots tpot
This year has been a Christmas more tough than usual for a lot of people. The Covid pandemic is rising again all over the world, the security analysts are facing one of the worst ever found software vulnerabilities (referring to Log4j CVE-2021-44228), and so on. With the goal to help all the community during these hard times, recently we have been working to a new project, called GreedyBear, that you can find on Github.

The Honeynet Project has a new CEO

07 Dec 2021 Roberto Tanara featured
The Honeynet Project has appointed Ali Ikinci as the new CEO. We wish to thank Faiz Ahmad Shuja for leading the project over the past years, and welcome Ali for accepting the challenge. Founder and current leader of the Turkish Chapter, Ali is a longtime Honeynet Project member and contributor: he co-authored research papers on malicious website detection with low-interaction honeyclients and on honeypots for the Internet of Things. Born and raised in Germany, Ali is also an established professional in the Information Security field, with broad experience as a Chief Security Analyst, Product Manager, Senior IT consultant and Entrepreneur.

Intel Owl Release v1.0.0

05 Jul 2020 Eshaan Bansal intelowl threatintel featured
Intel Owl is an Open Source Intelligence, or OSINT solution to get threat intelligence data about a specific file, an IP or a domain from a single API at scale. It integrates a number of analyzers available online and is for everyone who needs a single point to query for info about a specific file or observable. Born at the start of 2020 (announcement), this fresh and new tool was accepted as part of the Google Summer of Code under The Honeynet Project.

The Honeynet Project has a new Chief Research Officer

09 Oct 2019 The Honeynet Project featured
The Honeynet Project recently appointed a new Chief Research Officer, Tamas Lengyel. We want to thank again Lukas Rist for leading and growing our research over the past years, and welcome Tamas that accepted the role. Tamas is Chapter Lead of Malware Analytics at Scale (MAS) and has been an active GSoC mentor over several years now with Honeynet. In his day job he is Senior Security Researcher at Intel, where he is focusing on low-level system security research, primarily working with hypervisors and firmware.