Open-Source Tool Aimed At Propelling Honeypots Into the Mainstream

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 By. Kelly Jackson Higgins Posted on 6/19/2014
Researchers have built a free open-source honeypot software program aimed at propelling the hacker decoys into security weapons for everyday organizations.
The Modern Honey Network (MHN) software, created by the Google Ventures-backed startup ThreatStream, automates much of the process of setting up and monitoring honeypots, as well as gleaning threat intelligence from them. An API allows it to integrate with IDSes, IPSes, application-layer firewalls, SIEM, and other security tools to set up defenses against attacks it detects.

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