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The Japanese government will respond to the increasing threats from targeted cyber attacks by building a centralised advanced persistent threat (APT) database designed to aggregate threat intelligence so it can be shared with domestic security organisations and foreign governments. The ¥800m project is being built in co- …

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The Japanese government will respond to the increasing threats from targeted cyber attacks by building a centralised advanced persistent threat (APT) database designed to aggregate threat intelligence so it can be shared with domestic security organisations and foreign governments.

That database will only have one table and all rows will say CHINA. There. I just saved you 800m y.

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by using a “fake server” designed

A honeynet? Or something new that will cost 800M Y?

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Re: honeynet?

Just the single honeypot, if the article's to be believed...

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I was hoping for the mother of all Debian repositories

given how slow the local providers can be, I hoped, vainly, briefly of another repository. Then I read the article.

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