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Open Source Projects

Conpot Status: Active Conpot is an ICS honeypot with the goal to collect intelligence about the motives and methods of adversaries targeting industrial control systems. conpot.org
SNARE/TANNER Status: Active SNARE, a web application honeypot sensor, is the successor of Glastopf. SNARE has feature parity with Glastopf and allows to convert existing web pages into attack surfaces.
TANNER is SNARES "brain". Every event is send from SNARE to TANNER, gets evaluated and TANNER decides how SNARE should respond to the client. This allows us to change the behaviour of many sensors on the fly. We are providing a TANNER instance for your use, but there is nothing stopping you from setting up your own instance.
Glastopf Status: Maintenance Glastopf is a Python web application honeypot. We use vulnerability type emulation instead of vulnerability emulation. Popular attack type emulation is already in place: Remote File Inclusion via a build-in PHP sandbox, Local File Inclusion providing files from a virtual file system and HTML injection via POST requests.
Know Your Tool: Glastopf
CFT Final Report


Lukas 'glaslos' Rist
Project Lead / Director

Lukas works as software engineer for Blue Coat Norway during the day, and hunts the evil ones during the night. He spends too much time reviewing code and asked me to remind you, that German Pils makes your pull request more beautiful...

Johnny 'johnny' Vestergaard
Senior Developer / Secretary

When Johnny is not reading ICS protocol handbooks to his kids, he uses them to dive down into the abyss of ancient code to make Conpot more awesome.


Daniel 'creo' Haslinger
Developer / Treasurer

Daniel is our academic, IT security researcher, activist for anonymization, cypherpunk, chaotic neutral and Python padawan. When he is not complaining about Skype, he is writing tons of code for Conpot.

Andrea 'De' Pasquale
Developer / Pencil sharpener

Security analyst at Certego, open source enthusiast and contributor of the Honeynet Project. Sometimes pair-programming Conpot with his teddy bear harshly reviewing his code...