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Chameleon – Customizable honeypots for monitoring network traffic

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Customizable honeypots for monitoring network traffic, bots activities and username\password credentials (DNS, HTTP Proxy, HTTP, HTTPS, SSH, POP3, IMAP, STMP, RDP, VNC, SMB, SOCKS5, Redis, TELNET and Postgres and MySQL)

Grafana Interface

NMAP Scan

Credentials Monitoring

General Features

  • Modular approach (honeypots run as scripts or imported as objects)
  • Most honeypots serve as servers (Only a few that emulate the application layer protocols)
  • Settings servers with username, password and banner (Default username and password are test)
  • ICMP, DNS TCP and UDP payloads are parsed and check against common patterns
  • Visualized Grafana interfaces for monitoring the results (Filter by IP – default is all)
  • Unstructured and structured logs are parsed and inserted into Postgres
  • All honeypots contain clients for testing the servers
  • All ports are opened and monitored by default
  • Easy automation and can be deployed on AWS ec2
  • & More features to Explore

Install and run

On ubuntu 18 or 19 System (Auto-configure test)

git clone https://github.com/qeeqbox/chameleon.git
cd chameleon
chmod +x ./run.sh
./run.sh auto_configure_test

The Grafana interface http://localhost:3000 will open automatically after finishing the initialization process (username is admin and passowrd is admin). If you don’t see Chameleon dashboard, click on the search icon in the left bar and add it

On ubuntu 18 or 19 System (Auto-configure)

#You may need to disable systemd-resolved
#sudo systemctl stop systemd-resolved
#sudo systemctl disable systemd-resolved

git clone https://github.com/qeeqbox/chameleon.git
cd chameleon
chmod +x ./run.sh
./run.sh auto_configure

The Grafana interface http://localhost:3000 will open automatically after finishing the initialization process (username is changeme457f6460cb287 and passowrd is changemed23b8cc6a20e0). If you don’t see Chameleon dashboard, click on the search icon in the left bar and add it.

Wait for a few seconds until honeypot shows the IP address

...
honeypot_1  | Your IP: 172.19.0.3
honeypot_1  | Your MAC: 09:45:aa:23:10:03
...

You can interact with the honeypot from your local system

ping 172.19.0.3
or run any network tool against it
nmap 172.19.0.3

Or, import your desired non-blocking server as object (SSH Server)

copy ssh_server.py to your folder
# ip= String E.g. 0.0.0.0
# port= Int E.g. 9999
# username= String E.g. Test
# password= String E.g. Test
# mocking= Boolean or String E.g OpenSSH 7.0
# logs= String E.g db, terminal or all
# --------------------------------------------------------------------
# always remember to add process=true to run_server() for non-blocking

from ssh_server import QSSHServer
qsshserver = QSSHServer(port=9999)
qsshserver.run_server(process=True)
qsshserver.test_server(port=9999)
qsshserver.kill_server()
ssh test@127.0.0.1
INFO:chameleonlogger:['servers', {'status': 'success', 'username': 'test', 'ip': '127.0.0.1', 'server': 'ssh_server', 'action': 'login', 'password': 'test', 'port': 38696}]

Or, docker stanalone simple

git clone https://github.com/qeeqbox/chameleon.git
cd chameleon
# choose which honeypot http, https, ssh etc and use -p in docker for the ports
docker build -t honeypot ./honeypot/. && docker run -p 9999:9999 -p 9998:9998 -it honeypot --mode normal --servers "ssh:9999 http:9998"

If you don’t see Chameleon dashboard, click on the search icon in the left bar and add it

Raspberry Pi 3B+ (setup zram first to avoid lockups)

Requirements (Servers only)

apt-get update -y && apt-get install -y iptables-persistent tcpdump nmap iputils-ping python python-pip python-psycopg2 lsof psmisc dnsutils
pip install scapy==2.4.4 netifaces==0.10.9 pyftpdlib==1.5.6 sqlalchemy==1.3.23 pyyaml==5.4.1 paramiko==2.7.1 impacket==0.9.22 twisted==20.3.0 psutil==5.8.0 requests==2.25.1 redis==3.5.3 mysql-connector-python==8.0.23 pygments==2.5.2
pip install -U requests[socks]
pip install -Iv rsa==4.0
pip install rdpy==1.3.2

Current Servers/Emulators

  • DNS (Server using Twisted)
  • HTTP Proxy (Server using Twisted)
  • HTTP (Server using Twisted)
  • HTTPS (Server using Twisted)
  • SSH (Server using socket)
  • POP3 (Server using Twisted)
  • IMAP (Server using Twisted)
  • STMP (Server using smtpd)
  • RDP (Server using Twisted)
  • SMB (Server using impacket)
  • SOCK5 (Server using socketserver)
  • TELNET (Server using Twisted)
  • VNC (Emulator using Twisted)
  • Postgres (Emulator using Twisted)
  • Redis (Emulator using Twisted)
  • Mysql (Emulator using Twisted)
  • Elasticsearch (Coming..)
  • Oracle (Coming..)
  • ldap (maybe)

Roadmap

  • Refactoring logging
  • Fixing logger
  • Code Cleanup
  • Switching some servers to twisted
  • Adding graceful connection close (error response)
  • Implementing the rest of servers
  • Adding some detection logic to the sinffer
  • Adding a control panel

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