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Diego González, Security Analyst and Researcher with more than a decade of experience in Network/System Security Hardening and Systems Administration.
Electronic book on IDS in Spanish. It covers several aspects of these Computer Security Technologies: History, Work Methodology, Implementation, Legal Aspects, Advantages and Disadvantages, Future, etc.
One of the disadvantages of a sniffer is that it may be detected by other hosts. There are a number of methods to avoid detection, one being configuring the sniffer without an IP address. But none of them are as effective as the use of receive-only (sniffing) cables. These cables allow a sniffer to watch network traffic without being detected. Therefore they prove very useful in environments with Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) or honeypot technologies (such as Honeynets).
Building a GenII Honeynet Gateway - August, 2004
This is a short guide to build a GenII Honeynet Gateway, also called a Honeywall, under Linux, broaching the most common problems and providing several solutions and tips.
Installing a Virtual Honeywall using VMware - September, 2004
If the Honeywall CDROM is installed on a virtual machine, it will also include the many advantages that a virtual machine environment offers. This paper explains how to go about configuring VMware to deploy a Honeywall.