Dockerized eMobility High-Interaction Honeynet for use in T-Pot
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Dockerized eMobility in T-Pot

eMobility is a high-interaction honeynet with the goal to collect intelligence about the motives and methods of adversaries targeting next-generation transport infrastructure. The eMobility honeynet consists of a charging central system, serveral charge points, and simulated user transactions. Once the attacker gets access to the web interface of the central system, the attacker will be able to reconfigure the system, monitor and manipulate running charging transactions, and interact with the charge points. On top of that, at random times, users start charging their vehicles and the attacker might interact with those users.

This repository contains the necessary files to create a dockerized version of eMobility.

The Dockerfile contains the blueprint for the dockerized eMobility and will be used to setup the docker image.

The conf directory comprises all necessary files to configure the charge points and the simulated user transactions.

The supervisord.conf is used to start eMobility under supervision of supervisord.

Using systemd, copy the systemd/emobility.service to /etc/systemd/system/emobility.service and start using

systemctl enable emobility
systemctl start emobility

This will make sure that the docker container is started with the appropriate permissions and port mappings. Further, it autostarts during boot.

By default all data will be stored in /data/emobility/ until the honeypot service will be restarted which is by default every 24 hours. If you want to keep data persistently simply edit the service file, find the line that contains and set the option from off to on. Be advised to establish some sort of log management if you wish to do so.

eMobility Dashboard

eMobility Dashboard