Congratulations to Salvatore and Calogero!

During the last months two of our valuable students from the University of Milan (SSRI) have successfully graduated by basing their final project on dorothy2 and honeypots.

Salvatore Gervino did a very good work (ita) while extending dorothy2 in order to allow it to analyse malicious emails.
The produced code allows Dorothy to process emails containing malicious attachments, and determine if they could be categorised as Phishing.
His code will be soon merged to the next release of dorothy2, stay tuned!

Calogero Lupo as well did an outstanding job (ita) by improving the overall project’s honeypot infrastructure. His work aimed at developing an honeynet based on Kippo by leveraging the powerful and flexible Amazon Web Service (AWS).
His work illustrates how any willing researcher/analyst could easily setup a wide honeynet implemented among several countries around the world…for free!
The results collected are really interesting, and pave the way for further research.

Congratulations to both then, and a big THANK YOU for your incredible support!.