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What do you do if you are being hacked by something coming from a supposedly legitimate IP address such as from Google?

Earlier today I was prompted to use a CAPTCHA—because of suspicious search activity—when doing a Google search, So I assumed either a PC on my network had a virus or something. After poking around I ...
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Safety of Proxy Servers

I've been looking around for proxy servers that I may possibly use (to mask my IP; privacy; etc), but all of the sites I find on Google seem to have at least one bad WOT scorecard rating out of a few ...
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Setting up a honey-pot on own PC

Even though honey pots are set up on isolated machines, is there a way to configure a honey pot on a normal PC with Windows 7 installed? I am studying the heuristic capabilities of various ...
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ESXi + pfsense traffic segregation

I'm kind of new to setting up networking with ESXi and working with pfsense, so please excuse if this cannot be done or I'm asking something the wrong way. I'm using ESXi 5.5.0 and I want to host ...
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SSH Honeypot: pros/cons?

My aim is to improve the security of my Raspberry Pi. The server needs to be open to the world through SSH, and I have already taken the usual measures to beef up the SSH security: primarily, fail2ban ...
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iptables redirect blocked IPs from one chain to a honeypot

I am currently using psad to automatically block potentially harmful IPs. When it detects an attack it adds the ip to PSAD_BLOCKED_INPUT or PSAD_BLOCK_OUTPUT and then drops all further traffic from ...
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Error when run arpd

I'm trying to run arpd to redirect all the traffic originally destinated to some unused IP address, to a machine wich a installed the honeyd (honeyd.org) So, I try to run sudo arpd 192.168.0.0/24 ...