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FOSDEM Schedule 2021
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Watch the Asciinema Replay of Your Home-Made Honeypot

Are you bored of watching the same old movies every day? Let's bring something new to the cinema. A replay of your home-made honeypot with commands played back via Asciinema. Is this a stupid idea for audit logging? Mostly, but it's also interesting to see what users (and bots) type into your containers. In this talk, we will first show you how to quickly build your own honeypot and then talk more about the audit logging features of ContainerSSH, an open source tool that you can use for various use cases - not only for building your own honeypots but also for creating: Learning environments Web hosts Secure development and exploration environments You might come up with more use cases - we're looking forward to hearing them.
This talk is aimed at people of all skill levels as we will start with the main concepts along the way. If you don't know much about containers or Kubernetes, it should still be understandable and easy to follow along. We're looking forward to answering your questions in the Q&A part of the talk.

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