Saturday June 6, 2020

Honeynet zones in on Hackers

Over two weeks last month, wireless honeynets were deployed throughout Dublin, in the hope of understanding how hackers gain access to these networks and what activity they carry out once inside.

27th November, 2004

Over two weeks last month, wireless honeynets were deployed throughout Dublin, in the hope of understanding how hackers gain access to these networks and what activity they carry out once inside. The honeypot was deployed in a quiet location in southDublin, according to the latest reports.The survey reveals that 12 unique Mac addresses attempt to connect to the wireless network, an average of nearly two connection attempts every day.

"It appears that the majority of...

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