The definition of a honeypot
is not a straightforward one, mainly because a honeypot
is a general technology and not a solution and do not solve a specific problem.
The system can be divided into two parts: the Honeywall and the Honeypot
The term honeypot
usually refers to an entity with certain features that make it especially attractive and can lure attackers into its vicinity.
On many of my honeypots
, I install the OS to nondefault folders — say, in C:/Win7 instead of C:/Windows.
is an interesting, exciting, individual shop providing a pleasant atmosphere in which to browse and enjoy the whole experience.
During the espionage heyday of the Cold War, honeypots
became common on both sides, the practice romanticized in James Bond movies.
Ever since a test case which said that unions should have litigated instead of negotiating on equal pay, this has been a honeypot
Perhaps it may also be that the private shareholders see that having the airport in public hands will open up the honeypot
of the private finance initiatives where local ratepayers will pay enormous sums to provide the cheap flights industry with subsidised landing, as happens at most local airports, while the likes of Aer Rianti and its partners will reap all the benefits.
For instance, in a simulated 200,000-computer network with one honeypot
for every 250 computers, the virus would infect less than 1 percent of the computers, Shir says.
But there are other more sobering indicators of the zeitgeist--a succession of imaginative Hampshire schools, the now defunct GLC Department of Architecture and Civic Design diligently trundling out its quota of new public buildings, the rise of High Tech, lots of public housing and British architects dipping their fingers in the relatively stable honeypot
of the Middle East.
Iraq has become a honeypot
for terrorists, and we are told it is not a question of if, but when, there may be a major terrorist attack in the UK.
org, which Nixon's office maintains as a spam honeypot