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Title: Honeypot de dispositivos IoT usando una raspberry Pi 3
Author: Castro Astroz, Dinael Antonio
Director: García Font, Víctor
Tutor: Canto Rodrigo, Pau del
Keywords: honeypot
internet of things
computer security
Raspberry Pi
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2018
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The purpose of this work is to identify and present the vulnerabilities of IoT devices that are incorrectly configured or that from the factory already come with flaws at the security level. For this work, the implementation of two known honeypots, cowrie and dionaea in a raspberry pi 3, which were published during two weeks on the Internet with different vulnerable services was carried out. Through the honeypots, valuable information was obtained that allowed us to identify several remote connections that used the vulnerable device as a pivot to perform other attacks on different destinations. On the other hand, the collection of information through protocols such as SMB and the constant scanning of the internet network in search of PnP devices was also observed. It could be concluded that a misconfigured IoT device is easy prey for scanning services and for automated services (or botnets) to amplify attacks to other remote hosts. On the other hand, the privacy of the devices is also compromised, since an attacker can gather information from the vulnerable machine, steal files and even install installations of any type of file executing arbitrary code.
Language: Spanish
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