As analysts, we are used to the common logic of "if it's too good to be true, than it probably is", but every now and then, leads that fall into this category pan out. Steve and I have been investigating a set of infrastructure for over 9 months now and it's finally to a point where we feel confident in the communities response to action the threats involved appropriately. Our analysis shows at least seven
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One of the awesome things about the security community is its close relationship with development and learning. It’s not uncommon to find open source tools or free solutions that can be leveraged in order to protect your organization from a range of different threats. MISP is one of those solutions and they do a killer job of enabling sharing between disparate entities. We have been paying attention to tools like MISP, so when we
If it’s not clear by our previous postings, we have been making a push to get PassiveTotal data into as many platforms and tools as possible. You may ask yourself why, but the truth of the matter is that each analyst has their own workflow and process. We realize we can’t be all the things to all the people, so we are taking the approach of bring all the data to all the
With the launch of our updated Maltego transform set three weeks ago, PassiveTotal made even more of our functionality and data available to the Maltego community. With this new functionality came a significant increase in the number of transforms available for querying the PassiveTotal platform and while we all know more is better, it can be cumbersome to sift through all the transform options available.
In an effort to aid our analyst community we have
This week we released an update to our PassiveTotal Maltego transform set, which takes advantage of our updated API and newly released proprietary data sets to provide our community with even more insight into suspicious and malicious infrastructure. With today’s release, PassiveTotal puts more than 100 transforms at our users finger tips, makings it easier than ever to harness the full power of our data within Maltego.
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