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    You make perfect sense, but I don't think or...

    You make perfect sense, but I don't think or intend to imply that "production" means the honeypots are fulfilling a business function. I think, too, that the honeynet project also doesn't mean to...
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    The distinction I'd make is that honeypots such...

    The distinction I'd make is that honeypots such as Jackpot (or an improved, supported Jackpot, if any) actually accomplish something that tends to injure the absuers or create a cost to them. It is...
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    Yes - although if it is run in a mode where it...

    Yes - although if it is run in a mode where it delivers nothing it is still useful. I saw that sometimes it did deliver spam, and that's bad enough to be avoided. "Production" is a word chosen by...
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    Exactly. As it happens my honeypot was both an...

    Exactly.

    As it happens my honeypot was both an SMTP server and a honeypot. That's because it was a server first and because it was easier (and less expensive) to configure the SMTP server to...
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    Jackpot and the bubblegum Proxypot are (or can...

    Jackpot and the bubblegum Proxypot are (or can be) production honeypots . You don't simply learn from them. they can (and do) capture spam before it reaches the destination server. As they...
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    I tihnk the notion about the possible bad legal...

    I tihnk the notion about the possible bad legal ramifications of honeypots came from just one guy (federal employee, a lawyer), whose name I don't recall. His proposed scenario was that an abuser...
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