[Honeywall] prebuilt VM honeypot
cshaffer at gmail.com
Wed Jun 4 22:26:53 EDT 2008
I was using 5.1 Centos. I didn't do the yum update to get it to the latest
greatest. As far as I can tell that is the only difference. The other
difference was that I didn't install apache, MYSQL and PHP either, but I
really don't see that being any cause of this.
I like the document. It was very simple but I really think it should be. I
also really like the idea about uploading the binaries. That should help a
Thanks for all of your hard work.
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Subject: Re: [Honeywall] prebuilt VM honeypot
I actually plan to do that and at the same time upload the
binaries to the site. That way if you are trying to get sebek client
for a specific distro and kernel version, you can simply download it;
configure it; and run it. I probably should of uploaded the
compressed archive for Ubuntu 7.10 last night.
What version of CentOS are you trying to install it on again? And
have you updated it?
Also, what did you think of the document? Too simple? Not enough
On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 3:46 PM, Curt Shaffer <cshaffer at gmail.com> wrote:
> I followed the Ubuntu install that you have up there now. This one works.
> I'm not sure what the difference is from what I was doing on the Centos.
> you plan on making that one I would appreciate it. I am going to try and
> narrow it down after I get some of these honeypots up finally. I will then
> revisit the Centos and try to track the difference.
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