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I will from time to time post something that might be slightly or massively inaccurate, this is not due to laziness but merely to the fact that I'm not perfect and let’s face it neither are you, otherwise you wouldn't be reading my blog (unless Google lied to you..).
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- RT @n0x00: Don't forget #maltego webinar today attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/11356… #osint 3 days ago
- Just added and pushed a Steam user lookup to Media Monkey, just have to update the documentation.. :( 4 days ago
- RT @glennzw: Want to learn the basics of #Maltego? Sign up for our free Webinar running this Friday! attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/11356… @sensepost @se… 5 days ago
- RT @NorseCorp: When the Security Community Eats Its Own bit.ly/1GIGxqV via @peteherzog #infosec #security http://t.co/g89UibNN2v 6 days ago
- RT @undeadsecurity: Added some basic machines and tidied up the code. YMMV. Have fun with Amazon AWS and Maltego. github.com/znb/Elastic-El… #… 1 week ago
- RT @undeadsecurity: Final pieces of the Amazon EC2/Maltego scripts are fixed thanks to @catalyst256 ...I'll push to Github soon. Maltego Ma… 1 week ago
Category Archives: General
Recently I was asked to see if I could create some Maltego transforms to provide a quick analysis of Netflow data. Always up for a challenge (and to feed my Maltego addiction) I created gotFlow, which is based on the … Continue reading
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 28,000 times in 2014. If it were a … Continue reading
Hello reader(s), I hope you are well and enjoying the onset of spring (here in the UK that means rain.. and lots of it).. So a few weeks ago I released “Project Watcher” which were my wireless transform for Maltego. … Continue reading
Hello readers, I hope you are well and this blog post finds you all in good health and excellent spirits.. Well enough about you, this is my blog after all so on to me.. :) The last few months have … Continue reading
Hello reader(s), hope all is well in your world. So at the moment I’m working through Coursera’s “Malicious Software and its Underground Economy: Two Sides to Every Story” 6 week course. It’s actually quite good and I’m learning new things … Continue reading
So I don’t think I’ve ever done a rant blog post, and to be fair there is no real reason behind this I just started thinking about it on the way into work (which is about a 10 minute drive). … Continue reading
So of late I’ve been playing around a lot with Scapy and pcap files, mostly for my sniffMyPackets project but also because it teaches me more about network forensics and python. The other area I’m starting to learn about is … Continue reading
So the last few weeks have been busy for me in terms of throwing myself into learning more about InfoSec, I’ve attended my first BSides event, made some new friends and published my year-long training plan. One of the outcomes … Continue reading
First of a big thanks to @achillean and his awesome website over at http://www.shodanhq.com, the amount of information that gets collected and stored is mind-blowing. I had a brief email conversation with John when I decided to write this blog … Continue reading