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Honeypots are a common tool to set intrusion alarms and to study attacks against computer systems. In order to be convincing, honeypots attempt to resemble actual systems that are in active use. Recently, researchers have begun to develop honeypots for programmable logic controllers (PLCs). The tools of which we are aware have limited functionality compared to genuine devices. Particularly, they do not support running actual PLC programs. In order to improve upon the interactive capabilities ofdoi:10.1145/2976749.2989063 dblp:conf/ccs/LauKA016 fatcat:qrvl4qn32zh6ppx2bkzvp6usmu