Maltego: My First Transform

On Friday I posted a challenge on twitter called “Transform Friday”, you suggest a Maltego transform and I would have a go at writing it. There is no real reason behind the challenge other than I like writing Maltego transform and its a nice way to write something different to the normal packet related ones […]

sniffmypackets v2 – Sneak Peak

So this week I started the long awaited (well on my part) rewrite of sniffmypackets. My initial release was more a voyage of discovery rather than a well thought out application but it did teach me a lot about how to write transforms for Maltego (using Canari Framework) so I felt it was best to […]

HoneyMalt – Maltego for Honeypots

So in my normal fashion, the other week I came up for another Maltego/Canari project while still not having completed most of the other projects I’ve started. That being said I like to keep things interesting so today I give you HoneyMalt. The love child of the Canari Framework, Maltego and Kippo (SSH Honeypot), HoneyMalt […]

Scapy: Heartbleed

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 Scapy to search through a pcap file looking for Heartbleed requests and responses. Due to […]

Packet Addict: IPv4 Packets

So I’ve decided to finally getting around to revising (and then taking) my SANS 503 exam (or GCIA). It’s been a while since I’ve spent anytime looking at packets up close and personal so rather than me suffering alone I thought I would blog as I go (plus it’s a good way to remember stuff). […]

Gobbler: Eating its way through your pcap files…

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 first step of that journey and is now available for your amusement.. Gobbler can be […]

sniffmypackets – The Future..

So about a year ago I started work on “sniffMyPackets”, the Maltego transform set (using Canari Framework) for analysing pcap files. I started it for 3 reasons; 1. I’m obsessed with pcap files (I admit it, I’m an addict) 2. I wanted to start writing Python code 3. It sounded like fun At the end […]