NOAHDB is a command line tool that parses the log files that are emitted by the Argos honeypot and populates the tables of a MySQL database. The goal of NOAHDB is to assist the network administrator to collect and analyse all that precious information emmited by the Argos honeypot.


Sentinels is a Dutch research program on security in ICT, networks and information systems. It is also partially funding the research behind Argos.


QEMU is the open source emulator that Argos has been based on.


NoAH is a specific support action in the 6th framework programme of the European Union, and it has also partially funded our research. NoAH is running Argos honeypots.


FORWARD is an initiative by the European Commission to promote the collaboration and partnership between Academia and Industry in their common goal of protecting Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructures.


The WOMBAT project aims at providing new means to understand the existing and emerging threats that are targeting the Internet economy and the net citizens.


Nepenthes is a versatile tool to collect malware. It acts passively by emulating known vulnerabilities and downloading malware trying to exploit these vulnerabilities.