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Saxena, U., Bachhan, O. P., Majumdar, R..  2015.  Static and dynamic malware behavioral analysis based on arm based board. 2015 2nd International Conference on Computing for Sustainable Global Development (INDIACom). :272–277.

A trap set to detect attempts at unauthorized use of information systems. But setting up these honeypots and keep these guzzling electricity 24X7 is rather expensive. Plus there is always a risk of a skillful hacker or a deadly malware may break through this and compromise the whole system. Honeypot name suggest, a pot that contents full of honey to allure beers, but in networks Scenario honeypot is valuable tool that helps to allure attackers. It helps to detect and analyze malicious activity over your network. However honeypots used for commercial organization do not share data and large honeypot gives read only data. We propose an Arm based device having all capability of honeypots to allure attackers. Current honeypots are based on large Network but we are trying to make s device which have the capabilities to establish in small network and cost effective. This research helps us to make a device based on arm board and CCFIS Software to allure attackers which is easy to install and cost effective. CCFIS Sensor helps us to Capture malware and Analysis the attack. In this we did reverse Engineering of honeypots to know about how it captures malware. During reverse engineering we know about pros and cons of honeypots that are mitigated in CCFIS Sensor. After Completion of device we compared honeypots and CCFIS Sensor to check the effectiveness of device.

Sadasivam, G. K., Hota, C..  2015.  Scalable Honeypot Architecture for Identifying Malicious Network Activities. 2015 International Conference on Emerging Information Technology and Engineering Solutions. :27–31.

Server honey pots are computer systems that hide in a network capturing attack packets. As the name goes, server honey pots are installed in server machines running a set of services. Enterprises and government organisations deploy these honey pots to know the extent of attacks on their network. Since, most of the recent attacks are advanced persistent attacks there is much research work going on in building better peripheral security measures. In this paper, the authors have deployed several honey pots in a virtualized environment to gather traces of malicious activities. The network infrastructure is resilient and provides much information about hacker's activities. It is cost-effective and can be easily deployed in any organisation without specialized hardware.

Sokol, P., Husak, M., Lipták, F..  2015.  Deploying Honeypots and Honeynets: Issue of Privacy. 2015 10th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security. :397–403.

Honey pots and honey nets are popular tools in the area of network security and network forensics. The deployment and usage of these tools are influenced by a number of technical and legal issues, which need to be carefully considered together. In this paper, we outline privacy issues of honey pots and honey nets with respect to technical aspects. The paper discusses the legal framework of privacy, legal ground to data processing, and data collection. The analysis of legal issues is based on EU law and is supported by discussions on privacy and related issues. This paper is one of the first papers which discuss in detail privacy issues of honey pots and honey nets in accordance with EU law.

Yasrebi, P., Monfared, S., Bannazadeh, H., Leon-Garcia, A..  2015.  Security function virtualization in software defined infrastructure. 2015 IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM). :778–781.

In this paper we present an approach to implement security as a Virtualized Network Function (VNF) that is implemented within a Software-Defined Infrastructure (SDI). We present a scalable, flexible, and seamless design for a Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) system for network intrusion detection and prevention. We discuss how our design introduces significant reductions in both capital and operational expenses (CAPEX and OPEX). As proof of concept, we describe an implementation for a modular security solution that uses the SAVI SDI testbed to first detect and then block an attack or to re-direct it to a honey-pot for further analysis. We discuss our testing methodology and provide measurement results for the test cases where an application faces various security attacks.

Rechavi, A., Berenblum, T., Maimon, D., Sevilla, I. S..  2015.  Hackers topology matter geography: Mapping the dynamics of repeated system trespassing events networks. 2015 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM). :795–804.

This study focuses on the spatial context of hacking to networks of Honey-pots. We investigate the relationship between topological positions and geographic positions of victimized computers and system trespassers. We've deployed research Honeypots on the computer networks of two academic institutions, collected information on successful brute force attacks (BFA) and system trespassing events (sessions), and used Social Network Analysis (SNA) techniques, to depict and understand the correlation between spatial attributes (IP addresses) and hacking networks' topology. We mapped and explored hacking patterns and found that geography might set the behavior of the attackers as well as the topology of hacking networks. The contribution of this study stems from the fact that there are no prior studies of geographical influences on the topology of hacking networks and from the unique usage of SNA to investigate hacking activities. Looking ahead, our study can assist policymakers in forming effective policies in the field of cybercrime.

Gupta, A., Mehrotra, A., Khan, P. M..  2015.  Challenges of Cloud Computing amp; Big Data Analytics. 2015 2nd International Conference on Computing for Sustainable Global Development (INDIACom). :1112–1115.

Now-a-days for most of the organizations across the globe, two important IT initiatives are: Big Data Analytics and Cloud Computing. Big Data Analytics can provide valuables insight that can create competitiveness and generate increased revenues. Cloud Computing can enhance productivity and efficiencies thus reducing cost. Cloud Computing offers groups of servers, storages and various networking resources. It enables environment of Big Data to processes voluminous, high velocity and varied formats of Big Data.

Harrison, K., Rutherford, J. R., White, G. B..  2015.  The Honey Community: Use of Combined Organizational Data for Community Protection. 2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. :2288–2297.

The United States has US CYBERCOM to protect the US Military Infrastructure and DHS to protect the nation's critical cyber infrastructure. These organizations deal with wide ranging issues at a national level. This leaves local and state governments to largely fend for themselves in the cyber frontier. This paper will focus on how to determine the threat to a community and what indications and warnings can lead us to suspect an attack is underway. To try and help answer these questions we utilized the concepts of Honey pots and Honey nets and extended them to a multi-organization concept within a geographic boundary to form a Honey Community. The initial phase of the research done in support of this paper was to create a fictitious community with various components to entice would-be attackers and determine if the use of multiple sectors in a community would aid in the determination of an attack.

Guo, Q., Fan, J., Li, N..  2015.  The achieve of power manager application honey-pot based on sandbox. 2015 5th International Conference on Electric Utility Deregulation and Restructuring and Power Technologies (DRPT). :2523–2527.

Honeypot is a common method of attack capture, can maximize the reduction of cyber-attacks. However, its limited application layer simulation makes it impossible to use effectively in power system. Through research on sandboxing technology, this article implements the simulated power manager applications by packaging real power manager applications, in order to expand the honeypot applied range.