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    Latest revision as of 07:31, 20 July 2006

    Is the host you are on a virtual machine or real?

    Honeypotting with VMware

    One way to identify VMware systems is by their BIOS

    BIOS ID: unknown
    BIOS Date: 10/16/01
    BIOS Signon: unknown
    BIOS Type: PhoenixBIOS 4.0 Release 6.0 licensed to Intel
    Super I/O: unknown
    Chipset: Intel 440BX/ZX rev 1
    

    another is finding files like:


    Windows: VMware tools, under windows this will show up in "Add/Remove programs"

    UNIX: ..such as /etc/rc.d/init.d/dualconf, "Copyright (C) 1998-99, VMware Inc." and the /etc/vmware-tools/ directory.


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    Use VMWare and SYSPREP to Create a Master Workstation Image

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