Dionaea Honeypot Implementation and Malware Analysis in Cloud Environment
AbstractThe purpose of this paper is analyzing malicious
attacks in computer networks and the Internet. Dionaea honeypot
is deployed on cloud environment to detect and collect malware
attacks by reporting the malwares to external analysis service
providers in order to understand the behaviour of malicious
attacks, so malwares can be detected before becoming a serious
threat in the information technology world.
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