[Linux-aus] Workshop: Detect when you get pwned with Honeytokens

Gabor Szathmari gabor at cryptoaustralia.org.au
Fri Aug 4 10:28:28 AEST 2017

Hi Everyone,

I thought you may find the following event interesting:

*Next CryptoAUSTRALIA Workshop:* Detect when you get Pwned! Intrusion
Detection with Honeytokens

*Venue:* Fishburners, 608 Harris Street, Ultimo
*Date: *16 Aug (Wednesday), 6 pm
*RSVP:* https://cryptoa.us/honeyme (Limited spaces!)

In this workshop, we will explore honeytokens and their different
use-cases. We will discuss the simple use-cases of honeytokens for
intrusion detection. Then we set up honeytokens using honeyλ, honeybits,
and Canarytokens and embed them in your documents.

*At the end of this workshop, you will have your own backdoored documents
with honeytokens embedded to catch the intruders on your laptop!*

*About the Speaker*

Adel Karimi is a security engineer and researcher focused on honeypots,
deception based security and active defence. He has been a member and
chapter lead at the Honeynet Project since 2010, and recently
started Trapbits, an open community of honeypot enthusiasts in Australia.
Adel has been invited to speak at several conferences and community events
such as BSides and Ruxmon.

Recently, Adel released honeyλ and honeybits to automate the setup and
monitoring of honeytokens/breadcrumbs. honeyλ is a serverless application
designed to create and monitor URL honeytokens automatically. Honeybits
allows you to enhance the effectiveness of your honeypots by spreading
breadcrumbs and honeytokens across your systems to lure the attacker
toward your traps.

*RSVP and more information:* https://cryptoa.us/honeyme

Kind regards,
Gabor Szathmari
President, CryptoAUSTRALIA

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