In this paper, we report on an experiment run with several honeypots for 4 months. The motivation of this work resides in our wish to use data collected by honeypots to validate fault assumptions required when designing intrusion-tolerant systems. This work in progress establishes the foundations for a feasibility study into that direction. After a review of the state of the art with respect to honeypots, we present our test bed, discuss results obtained and lessons learned Avenues for future work are also proposed.
Honeypots : practical means to validate malicious fault assumptions
PRDC 2004, 10th International symposium Pacific Rim Dependable Computing, March 3-5, 2004, Tahiti, French Polynesia
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