A month in the life of a HoneyPoint deployment

Wednesday, 12 September 2007, 10:47 AM EST

Hello. I am a HoneyPoint deployment. My administrator has deployed me on a small business network of a financial institution. I have around 25 HoneyPoints deployed throughout their network, all reporting back to my console. It has been an interesting first 30 days of my life, indeed.

It all started when I was initially deployed. The admin started my listeners on a small group of servers and a couple of virtual workstations. Almost immediately, there was trouble! In my first few hours, I picked up scans of my web server psedo-service HoneyPoints.

At MSI.

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