[nflug] meeting possibilities
brad.bartram at gmail.com
Wed Feb 14 14:20:03 EST 2007
I could handle this in a few different ways...
First, I could give a pure presentation on how things work and how
things get setup. That's not too big of a deal in terms of logistics.
Second, I could give a practical demonstration and actually set up a
Generation III honeynet. The caveats to this would be that I would
need three computers (two in a pinch), one with three network cards,
and two hubs / switches. That would give a fully self contained
honeynet with a monitoring station completely seperate from the rest
of the building's network. The other caveat is that it may be a
little time consuming in terms of getting things setup and working on
The third option is to combine the first two approaches - a little
theory and setup a standalone system.
I'm good with any of the approaches - I'll let those who are interested decide.
On 2/14/07, Cyber Source <peter at thecybersource.com> wrote:
> Brad Bartram wrote:
> > I don't know if anyone would be interested, but I figured I would
> > throw it out.
> > I'm currently doing some projects working with honeypots, and
> > honeynets. I would be more than happy to do a presentation on the
> > overview and concepts. The only caveat would be that I can't do it
> > for this month's meeting. It would have to be for the following month
> > or the one after.
> > Let me know if it's something y'all would be interested in seeing.
> > It's definitely a novel use of linux.
> > Brad
> > On 2/13/07, Mark Musone <mmusone at shatterit.com> wrote:
> >> Another actual presentation could be talking about the linux boot
> >> process.
> >> I've found that it's very helpful to really understand the boot process,
> >> what happens, why, what initrd is, the boot loaders, init, standard
> >> linux
> >> processes, root disks, (x)inetd, running programs at boot time...etc..
> >> That might be better than the migration one...
> >> Mark
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> You say when and I'll be there with bells on! Is this something that you
> would actually try to implement? Would ITT allow such a thing Richard?
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