Threat Intelligence Tools are more often used by security industries to test the vulnerabilities in network and applications. It helps for the collection and analysis of information about current and potential attacks that threaten the safety of an organization or its assets.
Here you can find the Comprehensive Threat Intelligence Tools list that covers Performing Penetration testing Operation in all the Corporate Environments.Read More »Cyber Threat Intelligence Tools List For Hackers and Security Professionals
Those of you who frequent the darkweb should be familiar with VPN (Virtual Private Network) services and have done some research to find a trustworthy provider. For readers who are just starting to explore the darker catacombs of the Internet a VPN is a mandatory tool for online anonymity, but not all VPN’s are created equally. So our question to you…. Is your VPN legit or shit?Read More »Is your VPN Legit or Shit?
IoAs is some events that could reveal an active attack before indicators of compromise become visible. Use of IoAs provides a way to shift from reactive cleanup/recovery to a proactive mode, where attackers are disrupted and blocked before they achieve their goal such as data thief, ransomware, exploit, etc.Read More »SOC/SIEM – Indicator of Attacks Explained
Here we listed and documented the best forums for both networks — the “ClearNet” and “DarkWeb”. Before we get into this, it is important to recognize what the “DarkWeb” is, and its major differences with the “ClearNet”. Read More »Top 10 Hacker Forums on Darknet and Clearnet
Here we listed the best operating systems used today by hackers, pentesters, blue and red teamers. (basically anyone in the security sector)
These include penetration testing distro’s, specialized OS’s that focus’ malware analysis, wifi hacking, forensic investigations, network monitoring and even a honeypot distribution. The choice is completely yours! Read More »Top 20 Operating Systems for Hackers, Pentesters, Blue and Red Teamers
Born from an idea of Stefano Fratepietro, DEFT (acronym for Digital Evidence & Forensics Toolkit) is a distribution made for Digital Forensics and Incident Response, with the purpose of running live on systems without tampering or corrupting devices (hard disks, pendrives, etc…) connected to the PC/Mac where the boot process takes place.
BackBox Linux is a penetration testing and security assessment oriented Linux distribution providing a network and systems analysis toolkit. It includes some of the most commonly known/used security and analysis tools, aiming for a wide spread of goals, ranging from web application analysis to network analysis, stress tests, sniffing, vulnerability assessment, computer forensic analysis, automotive and exploitation.Read More »BackBox – Penetration Testing Distribution
T-Pot is based on debian. The honeypot daemons as well as other support components being used have been paravirtualized using docker. This allowed developers to run multiple honeypot daemons on the same network interface without problems and make the entire system very low maintenance.Read More »T-Pot Linux – Multi Honeypot Platform