Visible to the public Website and Network Security Techniques against Brute Force Attacks using Honeypot

TitleWebsite and Network Security Techniques against Brute Force Attacks using Honeypot
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsNursetyo, Arif, Ignatius Moses Setiadi, De Rosal, Rachmawanto, Eko Hari, Sari, Christy Atika
Conference Name2019 Fourth International Conference on Informatics and Computing (ICIC)
Date Publishedoct
KeywordsBrute force, brute force attacks, honeypot, human factors, Medusa, Network security, policy-based governance, pubcrawl, web security
AbstractThe development of the internet and the web makes human activities more practical, comfortable, and inexpensive. So that the use of the internet and websites is increasing in various ways. Public networks make the security of websites vulnerable to attack. This research proposes a Honeypot for server security against attackers who want to steal data by carrying out a brute force attack. In this research, Honeypot is integrated on the server to protect the server by creating a shadow server. This server is responsible for tricking the attacker into not being able to enter the original server. Brute force attacks tested using Medusa tools. With the application of Honeypot on the server, it is proven that the server can be secured from the attacker. Even the log of activities carried out by the attacker in the shadow server is stored in the Kippo log activities.
Citation Keynursetyo_website_2019