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Heartbleed Honeypot Script

Heartbleed Honeypot Script
Posted Apr 9, 2014
Authored by glitch | Site glitchwrks.com

This Perl script listens on TCP port 443 and responds with completely bogus SSL heartbeat responses, unless it detects the start of a byte pattern similar to that used in Jared Stafford's (jspenguin@jspenguin.org) demo for CVE-2014-0160 'Heartbleed'. Run as root for the privileged port. Outputs IPs of suspected heartbleed scan to the console. Rickrolls scanner in the hex dump.

tags | tool, root, perl, tcp, intrusion detection
systems | unix
advisories | CVE-2014-0160
MD5 | aa6604b077be236dfe5f5f3f8c9a84cd

Heartbleed Honeypot Script

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#!/usr/bin/perl

# hb_honeypot.pl -- a quick 'n dirty honeypot hack for Heartbleed
#
# This Perl script listens on TCP port 443 and responds with completely bogus
# SSL heartbeat responses, unless it detects the start of a byte pattern
# similar to that used in Jared Stafford's (jspenguin@jspenguin.org) demo for
# CVE-2014-0160 'Heartbleed'.
#
# Run as root for the privileged port. Outputs IPs of suspected heartbleed scan
# to the console. Rickrolls scanner in the hex dump.
#
# 8 April 2014
# http://www.glitchwrks.com/
# shouts to binrev

use strict;
use warnings;
use IO::Socket;

my $sock = new IO::Socket::INET (
LocalPort => '443',
Proto => 'tcp',
Listen => 1,
Reuse => 1,
);

die "Could not create socket!" unless $sock;

# The "done" bit of the handshake response
my $done = pack ("H*", '16030100010E');

# Your message here
my $taunt = "09809*)(*)(76&^%&(*&^7657332 Hi there! Your scan has been logged! Have no fear, this is for research only -- We're never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down!";
my $troll = pack ("H*", ('180301' . sprintf( "%04x", length($taunt))));

# main "barf responses into the socket" loop
while (my $client = $sock->accept()) {
$client->autoflush(1);

my $found = 0;

# read things that look like lines, puke nonsense heartbeat responses until
# a line that looks like it's from the PoC shows up
while (<$client>) {
my $line = unpack("H*", $_);

if ($line =~ /^0034.*/) {
print $client $done;
$found = 1;
} else {
print $client $troll;
print $client $taunt;
}

if ($found == 1) {
print $client $troll;
print $client $taunt;
print $client->peerhost . "\n";
$found = 0;
}
}
}

close($sock);

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billford

Really great work, just added a quick little section to make it log to a file:

if ($found == 1) {
print $client $troll;
print $client $taunt;
print $client->peerhost . "\n";
open (LOGGY, '>>/var/log/honeybleed');
print LOGGY $client->peerhost . "\n";
close (LOGGY);
$found = 0;

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