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honeypotpi

Script for turning a Raspberry Pi into a Honey Pot Pi

To install, copy these scripts to your Raspberry Pi and execute: chmod +x ./*.sh ./honeypotcreate.sh

To start the XRDP honeypot run the following command: ./honeypotstart.sh (or the actual xrdp command) sudo /etc/xrdp/xrdp.sh start

The login of failed attempts will be located at: /var/log/xrdp.log

You can filter for failed logins in a very crude manner: ./honeypotloggedcredentials.sh (or the actual xrdp command) sudo cat /var/log/xrdp.log | grep USER:

...and check the raw log by typing: ./honeypotrawlog.sh (or the actual xrdp command) sudo cat /var/log/xrdp.log

You can also check your Pi's temperature by typing: ./pitemp.sh

If you would like to have some live monitoring, which shows the logged credentials and the current date every 30 seconds, type: ./honeypotmonitor.sh

The monitor is very useful if you enter LXDE / windowed mode by typing: startx ...then you can open a terminal window and run the honeypotmonitor.sh on one desktop, ...and run etherape on another desktop by typing into a new terminal window: sudo etherape ...and run wireshark on another desktop by typing into a new terminal window: sudo wireshark

Then CTRL - ALT - left arrow or right arrow will switch desktops and you can keep an eye on your HoneyPotPi

... (Original Linux script creator)Follow me on twitter for more honeypot fun @ebrinkster :)

... Modified to be a Pi Honeypot by @ChrisPaiano and @CircuitStatic on 20141206

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