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An Overview of ADSL Homed Nepenthes Honeypots In Western Australia.
ECU Publications Pre. 2011
  • Craig Valli, Edith Cowan University
  • Aaron Wooten, Edith Cowan University
Publication Date
1-1-2007
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publisher
Edith Cowan University
Faculty
Computing, Health and Science
School
Computer and Information Science, Centre for Security Research
RAS ID
4216
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This article was originally published as: Valli, C., & Wooten, A. G. (2007). An Overview of ADSL Homed Nepenthes Honeypots In Western Australia. Proceedings of Australian Digital Forensics Conference. (pp. 203-208). Perth, Western Australia. Edith Cowan University. Original article available here

Abstract
This paper outlines initial analysis from research in progress into ADSL homed Nepenthes honeypots. One of the Nepenthes honeypots prime objective in this research was the collection of malware for analysis and dissection. A further objective is the analysis of risks that are circulating within ISP networks in Western Australian. What differentiates Nepenthes from many traditional honeypot designs it that is has been engineered from a distributed network philosophy. The program allows distribution of results across a network of sensors and subsequent aggregation of malware statistics readily within a large network environment.
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Citation Information
Craig Valli and Aaron Wooten. "An Overview of ADSL Homed Nepenthes Honeypots In Western Australia." (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/craig_valli/13/