20. January 2012
Release: HoneyProxy 1.1 - Dubai
Ready for the Honeynet Project Meeting in February, we are pleased to
announce our second release of HoneyProxy!
This release features a new Report Editor which allows you to analyze your flows, aggregate data or search for anomalies in your traffic dumps. It is our first independent release after Google Summer of Code 2012 and I'm happy to say that HoneyProxy has grown steadily over the last months.
- New Feature: Report Editor - analyze & aggregate your traffic (docs)
- New Feature: Search for similar flows
- New Feature: Display request and response checksums
- Improvement: PrettyPrint JSON responses
- Improvement: Show similar flows when hitting a
HTTP 304 Not Modifiedresponse
- Improvement: Show subsequent flows when the response causes a redirect (
- Bug Fixes: Many!
- Internal Changes: Removed dependency on jQuery UI and Google Closure Library
- Internal Changes: Codebase is now completely AMD-modularized.
- Other: HoneyProxy 1.1 supports the latest versions of mitmproxy and netlib.
The release name is attributed to the HoneyNet Project Workshop and Member Meetup in Dubai this February.
Thank you for your support!
Release: HoneyProxy 1.0
After a very successful Google Summer of Code 2012, we are pleased to announce the initial release of HoneyProxy.
Our proxy has grown steadily over the last months and is considered to be stable now.