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Re: [Snort-inline-users] Re: attack redirection
From: Jed Haile <jhaile () nitrodata com>
Date: Mon, 19 May 2003 08:55:04 -0600

Snat and dnat rule keywords have been on my to do list for inline snort for a long time. When used in a rule, snat or dnat would allow you to do source or destination routing (via iptables) when a rule is triggered. This would allow you to redirect interesting stuff to a honeypot.


On Sunday, May 18, 2003, at 06:42 PM, Lance Spitzner wrote:

On Sun, 18 May 2003, Ray Stirbei wrote:

Forescout ( http://www.forescout.com/index.html) sells a product that works with commercial firewall and IPS vendors. It detects all kinds of scans and returns dummy server information. Then any traffic to these dummy servers can
be filtered. You can replace the dummy server addresses with your

I agree this would be a great feature to snort and I have copied the
snort-inline list.
Best regards

I'm looking for some program to redirect an attack on my web server to a honeypot. Maybe triggered by number of hits in a given time or by certain requests. Does such a thing exist? Where can I get it? Or would I
have to write some kind of script?

There is already something similar to this, called Bait-n-Switch.
While very beta, you may want to check it out.



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