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HoneyDrive honeypot bundle distro - BruteForce Lab's Blog

HoneyDrive is the premier honeypot Linux distro. It is a virtual appliance (OVA) with Xubuntu Desktop 12.04.4 LTS edition installed. It contains over 10 pre-installed and pre-configured honeypot software packages such as Kippo SSH honeypot, Dionaea and Amun malware honeypots, Honeyd low-interaction honeypot, Glastopf web honeypot and Wordpot, Conpot SCADA/ICS honeypot, Thug and PhoneyC honeyclients and more. Additionally it includes many useful pre-configured scripts and utilities to analyze, visualize and process the data it can capture, such as Kippo-Graph, Honeyd-Viz, DionaeaFR, an ELK stack and much more. Lastly, almost 90well-known malware analysis, forensics and network monitoringrelated tools are also present in the distribution.

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Please take a look at the README.txt file on SourceForge (also included inside the virtual disk) to see where everything is located.

INSTALLATION

After downloading the file, you simply have to import the virtual appliance to your virtual machine manager. The recommended virtualization software isOracle VM VirtualBox; a simple double click on the OVA file is enough. If you want to use HoneyDrive with VMware products (Workstation, Fusion, ESXi, etc) start here for VMware Fusion: Easy Importing of HoneyDrive to VMware Fusion. If that doesn’t work then read this: HoneyDrive 3 VMware guide and perhaps (the older but not outdated): Setup HoneyDrive on VMware (Workstation, ESXi, etc)and for Hyper-V server this:Run HoneyDrive 3 on Hyper-V server.

FEATURES

HoneyDrive 3 RELEASE NOTES

1) HoneyDrive 3 has been created entirely from scratch. It is based onXubuntu Desktop 12.04.4 LTS edition and it is distributed as a standalone OVA file that can be easily imported as a virtual machine usingvirtualization software such as VirtualBox and VMware.

2) All the honeypot programsfrom theprevious versionof HoneyDrive are included, while they have also been upgradedto their latest versions and converted almost entirely to cloned git repos for easier maintenance and updating. Thislatter fact on its owncould be considered reason enough to release the newversion.

3) Many new honeypot programs have been installed that really make HoneyDrive 3 “complete” in terms of honeypot technology, plus around 50(!) new security related tools in the fields of malware analysis, forensics and network monitoring.

4) The main honeypot software packages and BruteForce Lab’s projects reside in/honeydrive. The rest of the programs reside in /opt. The location of all softwarecan be found inside the README.txt file on the desktop.

5) HoneyDrive 3 doesn’t make itself asknown to the outside world as the previous version. There are no descriptive messages and apart from Kippo-Graph and Honeyd-Viz every other piece of software is not accessible from the outside (unless if you configure them otherwise, or even lock downKippo-Graph and Honeyd-Viz as well).

A note on versioning: previous versions of HoneyDrive started with a zero (0.1 and 0.2) which seemed confusing to some. I didn’t like it either and in the end I decided to “renumber” thoseas versions 1 and 2, essentially making this new version HoneyDrive 3, .i.e the third official release.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  1. Why use HoneyDrive? HoneyDrive saves you time! It has all the major honeypot-related software pre-installed and pre-configured to work out of the box (or with some configuration options of your liking). As I have seen many times in comments or support requests I get, setting up a honeypot system is not always something easy. This is especially true for new infosec enthusiasts or sysadmins and “hard” to set up software like Dionaea for example.
  2. What utilities and software are included in HoneyDrive? HoneyDrive contains all the major honeypot-related software and a tonmore useful tools. For a complete list you’ll have to take a look at the README.txt file included in the virtual appliance (you’ll find it on the desktop) or online at the downloads section of SourceForge (link above).
  3. Why isn’t [insert-name-here] included in HoneyDrive? Unfortunately Ican’t keep track of every different piece of software. But, I’m very open to suggestions about HoneyDrive! If you know a tool that could be of benefit please let me know by leaving a comment on this page and it will be included in the next release of HoneyDrive.
  4. What is the password for [insert-name-here]? Again, your best bet is reading the README.txt file included in the virtual appliance or found online at the downloads section of SourceForge (link above). Every password you will need is included in its appropriate section.

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