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David Halsband, "A Honeypot Architecture for Distributed Network Traffic Analysis and Intrusion Detection," Bachelor Thesis, Wilhelm-Schickard-Institute for Computer Science, University of Tübingen, August 2005. (Advisors: Gerhard Münz and Falko Dressler)


In cooperation with a firewall and an intrusion detection system, honeypots are an important security mechanism. They can help network administrators to deceive or distract attackers, to record malicious activities as proof and to learn from attackers about new strategies and tools. As a low-interaction honeypot, Honeyd is easy to deploy and maintain. Together with Arpd, it is possible to create virtual hosts with emulated services in unused IP space with different personalities. In this Pre Master's Thesis, I demonstrate how to integrate a Honeyd honeypot in a Netflow/IPFIX-architecture to monitor and analyze network traffic for attack and intrusion detection which allows for distributed deployment.

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    author = {Halsband, David},
    title = {{A Honeypot Architecture for Distributed Network Traffic Analysis and Intrusion Detection}},
    advisor = {M{\"{u}}nz, Gerhard and Dressler, Falko},
    institution = {Wilhelm-Schickard-Institute for Computer Science},
    location = {T{\"{u}}bingen, Germany},
    month = {8},
    school = {University of T{\"{u}}bingen},
    type = {Bachelor Thesis},
    year = {2005},

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