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Kippo Honeypot BotNet Takedown

February 16, 2014 1 comment

Kippo Honeypot BotNet Takedown

I wanted to post this over here as well for some folks who may have missed the Kippo Honeypot BotNet Takedown article released this past Friday at Barracuda Labs. This article has a lot of technical details for anyone looking to get down and dirty. You can also click the link to download the technical transcript I received from an unnamed source I called “Bob” for the article.

Please leave comments here or at the Barracuda Labs blog site.

Thanks again for stopping by.

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Can simple Google searches reveal your secrets?


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My apologies for not doing a better job of keeping this blog a bit more current.

On July 5th, I posted a blog titled “Can simple Google searches reveal your secrets?” at Naked Security touching on how security information is available on public servers which are getting crawled by Google. This is not a jab at Google, but more of an awareness blog of how good security solutions can be compromised with bad security practices.

My recommendation is to revisit your security practices with a new pair of eyes. Hopefully you will gain from it.

I hope you enjoy the blog posting and please comment either here at DSPN or Naked Security. If you make a reasonable comment which invokes the need for me to reply, I will make every attempt to engage you in a conversation.

Until next time, keep it safe and secure online.

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