Tool and Usage
Glastopf is a honeypot for web applications. It is written in Python and collects all kind of attacks against it for further analysis.
Glastopf emulates vulnerabilities in a generic way. Instead of emulating specific vulnerabilities, it mimics being vulnerable for more attacks within that area (e.g. Remote File Inclusion). The tool is modular and allows to be extended with different logging capabilities.
This project is replaced by SNARE.
Similar tools to Glastopf:
SNARE is a reactive honeypot for security research, detecting attacks, and respond to possible flaws within your environment. It is the successor of Glastopf.
TANNER is the 'brain' of the SNARE tool. It evaluates its events and alters the responses to incoming requests depending on the type of attacks.
Cowrie is a honeypot to emulate SSH and telnet services. It can be used to learn attack methods and as an additional layer for security monitoring.
|Latest release||3.1.2 [2014-02-19]|
|Glastopf GitHub project|
This tool is categorized as a honeypot.