honeybits - A simple tool designed to enhance the effectiveness of your traps by spreading breadcrumbs & honeytokens across your systems to lure the attacker toward your honeypots

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A simple tool designed to enhance the effectiveness of your traps by spreading breadcrumbs & honeytokens across your production servers and workstations to lure the attacker toward your honeypots. Author: Adel "0x4D31" Karimi.

https://github.com/0x4D31/honeybits

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