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  1. #1
    Will
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    Any Honeypot Applications for Windows?

    Does anyone make a honeypot application that runs on Windows that would open
    up some ports and run fake services on them, in order to just record what
    kinds of information someone probing those ports is looking for?

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    Will



  2. #2
    Harry Mofo
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    Re: Any Honeypot Applications for Windows?

    Will wrote in <SImdncQoq8t5invanZ2dnUVZ_h2pnZ2d@giganews.com> :

    >Does anyone make a honeypot application that runs on Windows that would open
    >up some ports and run fake services on them, in order to just record what
    >kinds of information someone probing those ports is looking for?


    Doesn't it do that out-of-the-box? I guess not the recording part.


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    Harry

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    bz
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    Re: Any Honeypot Applications for Windows?

    "Will" <westes-usc@noemail.nospam> wrote in
    news:SImdncQoq8t5invanZ2dnUVZ_h2pnZ2d@giganews.com:

    > Does anyone make a honeypot application that runs on Windows that would
    > open up some ports and run fake services on them, in order to just
    > record what kinds of information someone probing those ports is looking
    > for?



    http://www.honeypots.net/honeypots/products shows some interesting ones.

    Google will find you some others also.




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    Volker Birk
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    Re: Any Honeypot Applications for Windows?

    In comp.security.firewalls Will <westes-usc@noemail.nospam> wrote:
    > Does anyone make a honeypot application that runs on Windows that would open
    > up some ports and run fake services on them, in order to just record what
    > kinds of information someone probing those ports is looking for?


    There is netcat on Windows, too.

    Yours,
    VB.
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