If you're a developer who's tired of reading Unix and Linux documentation and newsgroup letters to get information on building and maintaining a Windows-based Honeypot, then this book is for you. No longer will you have to rummage through Unix-only advice and utilities to extract information relevant to your Windows deployment. This insightful guide will teach you special tricks and provide troubleshooting tips to help you efficiently run and maintain a Windows-based Honeypot. Honeypots forWindows covers installing, configuring, and maintaining security Honeypots on Windows platforms. This reference also discusses the popular open source Honeypot product "honeyd" and summarizes other commercial Honeypot solutions.