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Raspberry Pi honeypot advice published

Instructions on how to build a honeypot from Raspberry Pi devices have been published.

Saying it was chosen because of its low profile, minimal power consumption and price, University of Arizona student Nathan Yee said that these could provide corporates much needed intelligence on adversaries, reported The Register.

The devices ran on the open source Modern Honey Network Threat encapsulating honeypots Dionaea, Kippo, Snort, and Conpot that sucked down a diverse set of threat intelligence indicators, Yee said.

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