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- Example of the reverse image search transform in action. http://t.co/ApxtAlUmsE 2 days ago
- My Reverse Image #Maltego transform can be found here: itgeekchronicles.co.uk/public-tds/ and some others.. 2 days ago
- Reverse Image search Maltego Transform almost done, that brings the total to 22.. 3 days ago
- Lesson learnt today, if writing python to query google search make sure to include User-Agent in your request 4 days ago
- It's been one of those frustrating days.. grrr.. 5 days ago
- RT @BSidesLondon: #BSidesLDN2015 - Still time to submit Logos, CFPs, CFWs, Rookies, Mentors! visit our home page for more details http://t.… 6 days ago
Category Archives: Programming
I’m in process of rewriting sniffMyPackets version 2 (and yes I’m actually doing it this time), part of work involves doing a complete rewrite of the Scapy based code that I used in the original version. This isn’t to say … Continue reading
So I might be a bit late to the game but I post this code on Twitter a while back but then forgot to blog about so here you go… I’ve written a little snippet of Python code that uses … Continue reading
So a while back I blogged about the future of sniffMyPackets and how I was looking at building components for it that would make better use of existing systems you may be using (not over tooling things). Gobbler is the … Continue reading
So while doing my Scapy Workshop at BSides London the other week, I stated that iterating over DNS response records with Scapy is a bit of a ball ache. Well I will be honest, I was kind of wrong. It’s … Continue reading
So this week (Tuesday) was the 4th annual BSides London event held at the Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall (same venue as last year). For the last 3 years I’ve attended the event as not only a participant but also … Continue reading
Morning readers, I thought I would start Monday morning with another piece of Scapy/Python coding goodness. This time though for an added treat I’ve thrown in a bit of tshark not because Scapy isn’t awesome but for this piece of … Continue reading
So the 3rd blog post of the day is a cool function in Scapy called conversations. Essentially this takes a pcap file and outputs an image of all the conversations between IP addresses. To run this in Scapy you would … Continue reading
So the second piece of code in my series on the python & Scapy lovefest is another simple bit of code that looks through a pcap file and pulls out some DNS information. The initial thought behind this was making … Continue reading
So I’ve been a bit “relaxed” lately with blog posts, simply because I’ve not had anything to say or share. To be honest the last couple of months my training has gone a bit all over the place and I’ve … Continue reading