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The Value of Honeypots, Part One: Definitions and Values of Honeypots Print E-mail
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Source: Security Focus - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Intrusion Detection Over the past several years there has been a growing interest in honeypots and honeypot-related technologies. Honeypots are not a new technology, they were first explained in a couple of very good papers by several icons in computer security: Cliff Stoll's . . . Over the past several years there has been a growing interest in honeypots and honeypot-related technologies. Honeypots are not a new technology, they were first explained in a couple of very good papers by several icons in computer security: Cliff Stoll's book "The Cuckoo's Egg", and Steve Bellovin and Bill Cheswick's "An Evening with Berferd." This two-part series will attempt to take these works further and discuss what honeypots are, how they can add value to an organization, and several honeypot solutions. There are a variety of misconceptions on what a honeypot is, how it works, and how it adds value. It is hoped that this series will help clear up these issues.

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