TraCINg - TUDa Cyber Incident moNitor

TraCINg stands for “TUDa Cyber Incident moNitor” and as the name implies it is a centralized cyber incident monitor based (mostly) on honeypots.

Motivation

The primary goal of this project is to enhance security awareness of ordinary users by demonstrating how fast are malware propagating over the Internet. This is accompanied by human-friendly visualizations, replay capabilities, useful information and statistics.

The sensors currently deployed are based on Dionaea Honeypots running on raspberry pis as well as on the HosTaGe mobile honeypot.

Code:

This project was developed as part of a bachelorpraktikum for Summer semester 2013. TraCINg is open source and the code for each of its components can be found here!

Demo:

A live demo can be found here.

Selected Publications

A number of papers have been published in the context of TraCINg:

People

SPIN News

03.11.2017

TK researcher Emmanouil Vasilomanolakis will give a talk at University of Oxford

TK researcher Emmanouil Vasilomanolakis will be giving a seminar as part of the Cyber Security Seminars at the University of Oxford on the 8th of December 2017. The title of his talk is "I trust my Zombies: a Trust-enabled... [more]

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09.10.2017

2 presentations in in the prestigious Blackhat Europe 2017 conference!

TK researchers of the SPIN area (Emmanouil Vasilomanolakis, Carlos Garcia Cordero and Leon Böck) will be presenting their work in Blackhat Europe in London, UK!  More details can be found in the following... [more]

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09.10.2017

TK leistet im Projekt PEN Beiträge zum Kernthema Resilienz zukünftiger Stromnetze

Dabei wurden zum einen zentrale Beiträge zum Algorithmus zur Bildung von Holonen, also autonomen, veränderlichen Sub-Netzes geleistet und ein Software-Werkzeug namens HOLEG entwickelt. Mit HOLEG können Energienetze in einer... [more]

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15.08.2017

"Süße Versuchung für Cyberkriminelle" - BMBF publishes article about research project TraCINg

The media interest in research project TraCINg remains high. On 14th August, the Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) published an article about TraCINg on their website. Read the article on the BMBF website or on... [more]

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14.08.2017

"Mit Honig gegen Hackerangriffe" - TV report on research project TraCINg

After visiting the TK lab on 2nd August, German private TV channel RTL Hessen broadcasted another report on research project TraCINg on 11th August. The full TV report can be watched here.  [more]

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25.07.2017

Informatiker der TU Darmstadt legen Köder für Hacker aus

Mit gezielt ausgelegten Ködern - sogenannte Honeypots (Honigtöpfe) - legen Informatiker der TU Darmstadt unter der Leitung von Prof. Max Mühlhäuser Köder aus, um Hacker anzulocken. Fast minütlich werden Angriffe registriert. Die... [more]

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06.06.2017

Press Article about TraCINg is online

An exciting article about project TraCINg, managed by TK researchers Dr. Florian Volk and Carlos Garcia,  has been published on hessen-schafft-wissen.de, an initiative of the Hessian Ministry for Science and Arts to provide... [more]

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