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|"HoneyPots" -- isto é importante|| |
The results are fascinating. A random computer on the Internet is scanned dozens of times a day. The life expectancy of a default installation of Red Hat 6.2 server, or the time before someone successfully hacks it, is less than 72 hours. A common home user setup, with Windows 98 and file sharing enabled, was hacked five times in four days. Systems are subjected to NetBIOS scans an average of 17 times a day. And the fastest time for a server being hacked: 15 minutes after plugging it into the network.
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|Contribuído por scorpio em 16-06-01 11:17 |
do departamento apanhar-moscas-com-mel
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| jmv escreve "Extraído do último Crypto-Gram: The Honeynet Project was initiated to shine a light into this darkness. This team of researchers has built an entire computer network and completely wired it with sensors. Then it put the network up on the Internet, giving it a suitably enticing name and content, and recorded what happened. (The actual IP address is not published, and changes regularly.) Hackers' actions are recorded as they happen: how they try to break in, when they are successful, what they do when they succeed. || |
Aqui está a página do "The HoneyNet Project"
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