[clug] Stopping them at the door

Antti.Roppola at brs.gov.au Antti.Roppola at brs.gov.au
Mon Feb 14 04:17:32 GMT 2005

steve wrote:

> Another much more fun type of honeypot is a case of building a fake
> shell experience for the hapless third party. They will be back time
> and time again to work out what the hell they have stumbled on, and
> you can get very twisted in messing with their minds.

Just be *really* sure that it is completely secure. It would be rather
embarrassing if an error in your fauxsh was used to compromise the machine.

How about redirecting port scanners to each other?


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