Modern Honey Network
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README.md

Modern Honey Network

MHN is a centralized server for management and data collection of honeypots. MHN allows you to deploy sensors quickly and to collect data immediately, viewable from a neat web interface. Honeypot deploy scripts include several common honeypot technologies, including Snort, Cowrie, Dionaea, and glastopf, among others.

For questions regarding troubleshooting your installation, please review the MHN Troubleshooting Guide, search past questions on the modern-honey-network Google Group, or send emails to modern-honey-network@googlegroups.com.

Features

MHN is a Flask application that exposes an HTTP API that honeypots can use to:

  • Download a deploy script
  • Connect and register
  • Download snort rules
  • Send intrusion detection logs

It also allows system administrators to:

  • View a list of new attacks
  • Manage snort rules: enable, disable, download

Installation

  • The MHN server is supported on Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04, and Centos 6.9.
  • Other versions of Linux may work but are generally not tested or supported.

Note: if you run into trouble during the install, please checkout the troubleshooting guide on the wiki. If you only want to experiment with MHN on some virtual machines, please check out the Getting up and Running with Vagrant guide on the wiki.

Install Git

# on Debian or Ubuntu
$ sudo apt-get install git -y

# on Centos or RHEL
$ sudo yum install -y git

Install MHN

$ cd /opt/
$ sudo git clone https://github.com/threatstream/mhn.git
$ cd mhn/

Run the following script to complete the installation. While this script runs, you will be prompted for some configuration options. See below for how this looks.

$ sudo ./install.sh

Configuration

===========================================================
MHN Configuration
===========================================================
Do you wish to run in Debug mode?: y/n n
Superuser email: YOUR_EMAIL@YOURSITE.COM
Superuser password: 
Server base url ["http://1.2.3.4"]: 
Honeymap url ["http://1.2.3.4:3000"]:
Mail server address ["localhost"]: 
Mail server port [25]: 
Use TLS for email?: y/n n
Use SSL for email?: y/n n
Mail server username [""]: 
Mail server password [""]: 
Mail default sender [""]: 
Path for log file ["mhn.log"]: 

Running

If the installation scripts ran successfully, you should have a number of services running on your MHN server. See below for checking these.

user@precise64:/opt/mhn/scripts$ sudo /etc/init.d/nginx status
 * nginx is running
user@precise64:/opt/mhn/scripts$ sudo /etc/init.d/supervisor status
 is running
user@precise64:/opt/mhn/scripts$ sudo supervisorctl status
geoloc                           RUNNING    pid 31443, uptime 0:00:12
honeymap                         RUNNING    pid 30826, uptime 0:08:54
hpfeeds-broker                   RUNNING    pid 10089, uptime 0:36:42
mhn-celery-beat                  RUNNING    pid 29909, uptime 0:18:41
mhn-celery-worker                RUNNING    pid 29910, uptime 0:18:41
mhn-collector                    RUNNING    pid 7872,  uptime 0:18:41
mhn-uwsgi                        RUNNING    pid 29911, uptime 0:18:41
mnemosyne                        RUNNING    pid 28173, uptime 0:30:08

Running MHN Behind a Proxy

For directions on running MHN behind a web proxy, follow the directions in the wiki.

Running MHN Over HTTPS

By default MHN will run without HTTPS, to configure your installation to use SSL certificates directions can be found in the wiki.

Deploying honeypots with MHN

MHN was designed to make scalable deployment of honeypots easier. Here are the steps for deploying a honeypot with MHN:

  1. Login to your MHN server web app.
  2. Click the "Deploy" link in the upper left hand corner.
  3. Select a type of honeypot from the drop down menu (e.g. "Ubuntu Dionaea").
  4. Copy the deployment command.
  5. Login to a honeypot server and run this command as root.

If the deploy script successfully completes you should see the new sensor listed under your deployed sensor list. For a full list of supported sensors, check the list here: List of Supported Sensors

Integration with Splunk and ArcSight

hpfeeds-logger can be used to integrate MHN with Splunk and ArcSight.

Splunk

cd /opt/mhn/scripts/
sudo ./install_hpfeeds-logger-splunk.sh

This will log the events as key/value pairs to /var/log/mhn-splunk.log. This log should be monitored by the SplunkUniveralForwarder.

Arcsight

cd /opt/mhn/scripts/
sudo ./install_hpfeeds-logger-arcsight.sh

This will log the events as CEF to /var/log/mhn-arcsight.log

Data

The MHN server reports anonymized attack data back to Anomali, Inc. (formerly known as ThreatStream). If you are interested in viewing this data, get details in the wiki. This data reporting can be disabled by running the following command from the MHN server after completing the initial installation steps outlined above: /opt/mhn/scripts/disable_collector.sh

Support or Contact

MHN is an open source project brought to you by the passionate folks at Anomali, Inc. Please check out our troubleshooting guide on the wiki. We will also lend a hand, if needed. Find us at: modern-honey-network@googlegroups.com.

Credit and Thanks

MHN leverages and extends upon several awesome projects by the Honeynet project. Please show them your support by way of donation.

LICENSE

Modern Honeypot Network

Copyright (C) 2017 - Anomali, Inc.

This program free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA