Honeyprint

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Tool and Usage

A proof-of-concept honeypot to mimic a printer. May be used to detect attacks against printers and better understand the related risks or required defenses.

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Introduction

There is not much information available about this project, as it is a proof-of-concept on GitHub. It is written by Lukas Rist in 2013, and placed on GitHub early 2016.

Author and Maintainers

Honeyprint is under development by Lukas Rist.

Installation

Supported operating systems

Honeyprint is known to work on Linux.

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Project details
Latest releaseNone [2016-01-28]

Project health

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Links

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