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Use of Passive DNS in multidisciplinary teams’ collaboration

Wednesday, January 27, 2021 By Boris Taratine

Searching historical Internet data can help you uncover malicious cybercrime campaigns -- long after they have disappeared from the Internet

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These Days Some Of The Bad Guys Are Even Spoofing FBI-Related Domain Names...

Tuesday, November 24, 2020 By Joe St Sauver

We uncover more possible FBI-spoofed domains and demonstrate how other law enforcement agencies may also be targets

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Creating a DNSDB-Flexible-Search-To-DNSDB-Standard-Search Pipeline With 0mq

Friday, October 30, 2020 By Joe St Sauver

I. Introduction In part one of this series, "Using 0mq to Plumb a Simple Intermediate Layer For a DNSDB Client/Server Application", we showed how we could use the 0mq messaging library to create an intermediate "shim" layer between a simple client application and DNSDB API. PLEASE READ THAT ARTICLE BEFORE READING THIS ONE! In this part, we're going to build on that basic Python3 application by: Building a DNSDB Flexible Search enrichment pipeline Creating a...

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Using 0mq to Plumb a Simple Intermediate Layer for a DNSDB Client/Server Application

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 By Joe St Sauver

I. Introduction While it is easy enough to write a client application that will directly access DNSDB API via https, imagine that you want to write an intermediate layer that will do some sort of pre-processing of DNSDB requests (or post-processing of DNSDB results) "in between" the client and DNSDB API. Conceptually: Figure 1. Going Direct Figure 2. Interposing An Intermediate Layer What might an intermediate layer do? You might write code to pre-process queries...

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DNSDB 2.0 Flexible Search is Now Available!

Tuesday, October 20, 2020 By Tyler Wood

You can now use DNSDB to make both more complex searches like domain generation algorithms or enumerated hosts as well as simple brand names and keywords too

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