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Honeypot

Fairly simple low-interaction honeypot setups Koen Van Impe

Dionaea

Dionaea is a low-interaction honeypot that captures attack payloads and malware p0f is a versatile passive OS fingerprinting tool.


Layout

The dionaea and p0f packages are installed from pacakges but the front-end DionaeaFR is installed from source (git) in /opt/DionaeaFR/

Install dionaea

The install info is partly from http://www.cyberbrian.net/2014/09/install-dionaea-ubuntu-14-04/

Installation

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo apt-get install software-properties-common python-software-properties
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:honeynet/nightly
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install p0f
sudo apt-get install dionaea-phibo

Start p0f

P0f can be started from the command line with

sudo p0f -i any -u root -Q /var/run/p0f.sock -q -l

Make sure that the socket (-Q) is also accessible by dionaea. Alternatively you can use the init-script in p0f/p0f_init.sh

chgrp dionaea /var/run/p0f.sock 

Start dionaea

sudo service dionaea-phibo start

Statistics, optionally use gnuplotsql

The gnuplotsql utility is not included in the Ubuntu package but you can get it from the source of dionaea (you might first have to clone the source from dionaea.carnivore.it). The useful modules are in dionaea/modules_python_util

sudo apt-get install gnuplot
./gnuplotsql.py -d /var/lib/dionaea/logsql.sqlite  -p smbd -p epmapper -p mssqld -p httpd -p ftpd -D /var/www/html/dionaea-gnuplot/

Configuration

The configuration files are in /etc/dionaea/ and the data files are in /var/lib/dionaea/ Use the config file in this repository dionaea/dionaea.conf

Enable P0f

Enable P0f by uncommenting it in the list of ihandlers and set the proper path for the socket in

p0f = {
            path = "un:///var/run/p0f.sock"
        }

Logging

Enable proper logging in the logging = {} section.

Logrotating

Make sure that you rotate your logs. You can use the dionaea.logrotate script for this (make sure you define the correct path).

SQLITE database scheme

By default dionaea logs to a sqlite file /var/lib/dionaea/logsql.sqlite.

The sqlite logstash module needs an ID-column to keep track of the data. The patch logsql.py adds an ID field and keeps its updated with every dionaea connection.

  • Remove the SQLITE database /var/lib/dionaea/logsql.sqlite.
  • Apply the patch
  • Restart dionaea

Set dionaea to start at boot

update-rc.d dionaea-phibo defaults

Install dionaeaFR

See http://www.vanimpe.eu/2014/07/04/install-dionaeafr-web-frontend-dionaea-ubuntu/

Start dionaeaFR

Finishing up

  • Create a cronjob for gnuplotsql
  • Set dionaeaFR to start at boot
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