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Google Summer of Code 2018

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After successfully participating in GSoC between 2009 and 2017, and having created or extended many honeynet technologies that have since gone on to become industry standard tools, we are very happy to annouce that The Honeynet Project has applied to be a mentoring organization once again in GSoC 2018. Read more »

GSoC 2018 Project Summary: Conpot

Abhinav Saxena wrote this post as a project summary of his GSoC2018 experience.

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Analysis of 24 Hours Internet Attacks: A Brief Overview of Malicious Traffic Targeting Featureless Servers on the Web.

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This is a contribute by HoneyNED chapter from the Netherlands about all their 2017 activities. Read more »

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(727) 543-4457 is just few days away, members and security folks from all over the world will gather in Canberra, Australia November 15th-17th. Every year the Honeynet Project, with the support of Google, funds a bunch of students that were admitted to the Google Summer of Code program and successfully completed their project assignments. They will have a chance to travel to the workshop and meet face to face with honeynet members and grown up experts in the security field. 408-894-7750

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Student 507-895-4469 contributed this post as a project summary of his GSoC2017 experience. 

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GSoC 2017 Summary: ReDroid toolbox

This is a contribution by GSoC student Ziyue Yang, find him on Github yzygitzh. Read more »

Heralding GSoC17 Report

The summer is coming to the end as well as my GSoC17 happy days. So, now it’s time to sum up the results and say goodbye to the GSoC until the next year.

My impressions about working on the Heralding project

Working on the Heralding project was awesome experience for me. I feel I did something helpful, fun and challenging at the same time. I hadn’t wanted anything else before the summer! archpoet

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Hi, I’m Matthew Shao from China. This year, I got the honor to be selected as a Google Summer of Code student for the mitmproxy project. With the help of my kindly mentors Maximilian Hils and Clemens Brunner, I managed to improve the source code of mitmweb, which is a web interface for mitmproxy, and added some exciting new features for it. Here I’m going to present you the work I’ve done during this fulfilling summer. Read more »

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