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README.md

ESPot - ElasticSearch Honeypot

An Elasticsearch honeypot written in NodeJS, to capture every attempts to exploit CVE-2014-3120.

Prerequisite

  • NodeJS - v0.10.x
  • NodeJS Package Manager - npm v1.4.x

Install

Download and extract to /opt/espot, then run followwing command:

$ cd /opt/espot
$ npm install
$ mv config.js-sample config.js

Configure config.js

module.exports = {
    default_response: 'default', // default = 1.1.1, available = 0.90.0, 0.90.5, 1.1.1, 1.2.1, 1.2.2, 1.3.1
    logging: {
        sqlite: {
            enable: true,
            dbpath: __dirname + "/logs/attack.db"
        },
        http_push: {
            enable: false,
            url: "http://localhost/path/path?query=string"
        }
    },
    tz: 'GMT+8' // Timezone
};

Misc

HTTP Push

ESPot will send post request with following json data to provided url in config.js

{
    payload: <payload>,
    payload_key: <payload key>,
    ip: <ip address>,
    timestamp: <unix timestamp>,
    raw_request: <raw url request>
}

Run as deamon

If you would like to run ESPot as deamon, you will need forever

$ npm install -g forever
$ forever start app.js

License

Source code of ESPot is released under the General Public License version 3.

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