Running cowrie has been a fun little side project I've been on since quite some time. Setting up and running cowrie is quite simple. One basic thing I'd recommend is to use correct network and system isolation. I prefer a physical host with separate everything. I also work with firewall
So this is just a regular update on the malwares I captured using my Honeypot. Ever since I've upgraded the security measures (`banIP`+`snort3`), the number of hits are pretty low. Thus the updates this time are pretty boring. Bots are also advanced at this level and tend to not
Well this exercise began with some requirements from office, but while I wasn't able to achieve what I'd set out to do, it became an interesting problem to solve over the weekend. I was curious about how to serve maps. I tried using OpenMapTiles, but that went not so well.
I wrote some scripts to backup and restore the data of Postgres tables. And normally everything was fine initially with Inserts, but as the size of the table increases, the restore took much more longer than tolerable. For example, one local restore action of Home Assistant DB took approximately 4
One thing a lot of people asked me was to modify an existing image or enhance an existing image with Draw Things. And this one is also very easy to do. Instead of following instructions as per the previous post, we make a slight difference of importing the image first.
So I host a HoneyPot to test whether how many attacks I get per day and what security measures are able to block it. And I started with Snort3 in IDS mode which allowed to detect malicious activity. After I switched to IPS, I noticed that while miscellaneous attacks had
I use a NAS currently as my storage for my Proxmox VE backups. And it has been really well as far as the use case goes. I've used it many times to revert the VMs and containers. However I was curious about what additional features can I gain from trying
So Proxmox7 is widely supported on ARM64 using the now famous Pimox7 project. However recently Proxmox 8 and Debian Bookworm was released. And I wanted to explore if the same can be done for my ARM64 cluster based on 3 Raspberry Pis as well. And after some exploration, I found
So I host a SSH server Honeypot on my public IP and I thought to myself - How big a difference is running the service on port 22 vs 2222. Is this single step a big enough hurdle to consider it better? And of course, like everything else in my
Running Windows on ARM is not as straightforward, since Microsoft does not supply ISOs (understandably as well, since they want to limit the hardware scope at the moment). Instead we've to follow a bit of a different path. I am using M2 Max as my host with VMWare as my