Tool and Usage
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Kojoney is a mix of the Spanish word cojon (s/c/k/) and honey.
The project has not received updates since 2006. The Kojoney2 project is based on the development of this tool and might be worth investigating.
Usage and audience
Kojoney is commonly used for learning or threat discovery. Target users for this tool are malware analysts and security professionals.
Supported operating systems
Kojoney is known to work on Linux.
Similar tools to Kojoney:
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.
Dockpot uses Docker containers and HonSSH to create on-demand SSH honeypots. It forwards traffic for analysis and learning about attack patterns.
HonSSH is a high-interaction SSH honeypot to collect information about attackers that target the SSH service.
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Related tool information
This tool is categorized as a honeypot.