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Design of cooperative deployment in distributed Honeynet system

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2 Author(s)
Wang, Haifeng ; School of Management, University of ShangHai for Science and Technology, ShangHai 200093, China ; Qingkui Chen

Honeypot is a type of information system, purposely built to attract and deceive computer intruders and malicious programs. For making it easier to deploy and more difficult to discern a cooperative deploy honeynet(CDH) is presented in this paper. A series of formal concepts, such as the CDH architecture and status of Honey farm system (HFS), are given. A multi-agents system that is an autonomous system capable of adapting in a dynamic and constantly changing network environment is discussed. Through exchanging information deploy agents can provide better deployment scheme to induce more attention of hackers. Finally we deploy the designed prototype in a campus network and present an analytic result of a number of experiments.

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Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design (CSCWD), 2010 14th International Conference on

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14-16 April 2010