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Honeypot networks are fake IT systems used to bait cyberattackers, learn from them and consequently improve actual cybersecurity. They are designed with a well-placed vulnerability to attract hackers. Once a hacker is in the network, the honeypot allows for monitoring and analyzing the malicious activity. For such networks, deep packet inspection is a great asset. It identifies malicious activity almost instantaneously, helping honeypot networks to detect threats as soon as they enter the network.
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