Honeypot-based Forensics

@inproceedings{Pouget2004HoneypotbasedF,
  title={Honeypot-based Forensics},
  author={Fabien Pouget},
  year={2004}
}
Some attacks on honeypots are very frequent and repetitive. In addition, such repetitive attacks generate a very large amount of data. In this paper, we show that it might be misleading to consider general statistics obtained on these data without carrying an in depth analysis of the various processes that have led to their creation. We show that such analysis can be done by means of a simple clustering approach. We present an algorithm to characterize the root causes of these attacks. This… CONTINUE READING
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