The command-line tool designed to dilute valid information captured on phishing websites

Honeybadger calls the page specified, abstracts how the form collects information, and then generates a fast flow (not a flood) of random information to the form's endpoint. After several thousant entries have been made, the scammer is unlikely to waste time continually testing the records, as the chances of finding a genuine set of credentials is almost impossible.


Ubuntu users can run the following from a terminal to install:

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:andydixon/honeybadger
$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt install honeybadger

Download a stand-alone application:

Linux 32-bit 64-bit arm arm64
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