One of the best uses of HoneyPoint is using it to test your assumptions, model risk or otherwise perform experimentation.
If your management team would benefit from understanding how quickly a new web application will be targeted and attacked when deployed, a quick mock up with HoneyPoint can give them that data. If you want to prove to the development team that attackers will find XSS vulnerable apps, a quick publish of a HoneyPoint web app with the XSS vulnerability enabled will get you metrics to support your assertion.
That’s one of my favorite uses of HoneyPoint: to quickly, easily and safely build real world metrics that answer my questions. Sure, it’s a great tool for defense and detection. But I really love using it to scratch my own itch for real world data.
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