LaBrea takes over unused IP addresses, and creates virtual servers that are attractive to worms, hackers, and other denizens of the Internet. The program answers connection attempts in such a way that the machine at the other end gets "stuck", sometimes for a very long time.
Grab a chair and listen while Tom Liston talks about LaBrea.
This is the SourceForge LaBrea web site.
Here is where you can:
To see the whole shebang: LaBrea Project Summary
and here is Tom Liston's personal web site: Hackbusters Home Page
The latest version of LaBrea has been tested on:
LaBrea uses autoconf / automake as well as Dug Song's libdnet, it should easily port to other platforms.
(Of course, if you believe that, I have a bridge I want to sell you ...)
Michael's LaBrea::Tarpit module for perl is cool. Check it out: here. (But see our FAQ page for more information.)
Like to live dangerously? You want to be right up there with the latest and greatest?
Then you just will not be happy until you have your very own CVS copy of the LaBrea sources:
cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/LaBrea get LaBrea
But maybe you just want to browse the source code: labrea cvs web access