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Low interaction honeypot application that displays real time attacks in the web-interface. Made just for fun and it is not production ready.
Written in Node.js the application listens on 128 most common TCP ports and saves results to the MySQL Database for further analysis.
Web-interface demo available at https://tail-f.shmakov.net/
We need nodejs, git and tcpdump
sudo yum install git nodejs tcpdump -y
Clone the repo, install dependencies and run the app.js. Please make sure that none of your own services are listening on the ports 21, 22, 80 and ~128 more ports.
git clone https://github.com/Shmakov/Honeypot.git cd Honeypot/ && npm install sudo node app.js # Please think twice before running random person's code with the sudo privileges
That is it. You should be able to access the app on the port 80 from your web-browser.
Stats for the past 30 days are available at https://tail-f.shmakov.net/stats
Below example is custom-made and displays the data for the month of June 2018: