T-Pot HoneyPot

Yesterday I came across a really great Honeypot. Since I don’t have much time I just repost their main page -> source

T-Pot is based on Ubuntu Server 14.04.4 LTS. The honeypot daemons as well as other support components being used have been paravirtualized using docker. This allowed us to run multiple honeypot daemons on the same network interface without problems make the entire system very low maintenance.
The encapsulation of the honeypot daemons in docker provides a good isolation of the runtime environments and easy update mechanisms.

In T-Pot we combine the dockerized honeypots conpot, cowrie, dionaea, elasticpot, emobility, glastopf and honeytrap with suricata a Network Security Monitoring engine and the ELK stack to beautifully visualize all the events captured by T-Pot. Events will be correlated by our own data submission tool ewsposter which also supports Honeynet project hpfeeds honeypot data sharing.

T-Pot HoneyPot

All data in docker is volatile. Once a docker container crashes, all data produced within its environment is gone and a fresh instance is restarted. Hence, for some data that needs to be persistent, i.e. config files, we have a persistent storage /data/ on the host in order to make it available and persistent across container or system restarts.
Important log data is now also stored outside the container in /data/<container-name> allowing easy access to logs from within the host and. The upstart scripts have been adjusted to support storing data on the host either volatile (default) or persistent (/data/persistence.on).

Read more @ http://dtag-dev-sec.github.io/mediator/feature/2016/03/11/t-pot-16.03.html

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