i need script honeyd help, asap!

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by David M. Dinner, Mar 14, 2005.

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    I am building a honeypot for my college using honeyd. The server is
    setup and working great with snort, honeyd, and a few other tools. I
    have the configuration correct I believe but no scripts will load. For
    example, I am trying run a fake iis web server:

    create windows
    set windows personality "Windows NT 4.0 Server SP5-SP6"
    set windows default tcp action reset
    set windows default udp action reset
    add windows tcp port 80 "sh scripts/web.sh $ipsrc $sport $ipdst $dport"
    add windows tcp port 139 open
    add windows tcp port 137 open
    add windows udp port 137 open
    add windows udp port 135 open
    set windows uptime 3284460
    bind 10.1.0.201 windows

    All the correct ports are open but I can't connect to the web server...
    please help!


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