K3POT© Tool

K3POT© Tool

An industrial honeypot emulating any Modbus/TCP device.

K3Y’s Honeypot 

K3POT integrates numerous honeypot applications organised by a K3POT administrator. K3POT Manager can coordinate the development of a number of honeypots in a progressive manner by manufacturing a security game that takes into account the various computing resources and by ensuing a Deep Reinforcement Learning (DRL) process that interacts with the production environment


K3POT encompasses industrial honeypots that can mimic any industrial device, such as a remote terminal unit (RTU) or a programmable logic controller (PLC) using Modbus. Henceforth, K3POT makes full use of Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) to mimic Modbus behaviour.

K3YPOT platform offers the following services

– Industrial honeypots
Industrial honeypot mimicking industrial assets such as RTU / PLC using AI

– A user-friendly dashboard, K3YPOT Manager can pause, discard and re-deploy the various honeypot applications
The system / security administrator can take full advantage of the K3YPOT Dashboard to monitor the status of the various K3YPOT honeypots.

– K3YPOT Manager can store, normalise and visualise the security logs of various honeypots
Honeypots K3YPOT logs and collects valuable logs of malicious activity. Such stores are correlated and visualised by K3YPOT Manager.

– Close cooperation with SDN
Via SDN, K3YPOT Administrator is able to redirect malicious / abnormal network traffic to a honeypot so that the latter can collect valuable information about malicious activity

Honeypot Benefits



Hiding the real assets
Detecting potential intrusions
Reducing False Positive Rate
Gathering information about cyberattackers’ behaviour
Gathering intelligence on cyberthreats, vulnerabilities and exploits
Creating cyberattackers’ profile
Minimum computing resources
Risk Analysis & Mitigation

Waste cyberattackers’ time and resources

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