tl;dr – We wrote some software that identifies live IPv6 addresses in both the global IPv6 address space and targeted IPv6 networks. Please give it a try and see what you think. A bit over a year ago my friend Marc and I started getting interested in IPv6. We had… Continue Reading IPv666 – Address of the Beast
I had the pleasure of speaking at HushCon East this past weekend. For anyone that hasn’t attended before, I can’t recommend it highly enough. Quality people, great venue, interesting talks – everything you could want from a hacker con. The talk that I gave was entitled Cloudstone – Sharpening Your Weapons Through… Continue Reading Cloudstone – Sharpening Your Weapons Through Big Data
Hello again ladies and gentlemen! My apologies for the delay in bringing this next installment of the Ghostbin’s Guts series to you – these past few months have been hectic. From quitting my job to trying to start a company to finding contract work to keep myself afloat, I’ve been… Continue Reading Ghost Got Secrets – Ghostbin’s Guts Part 2
I’m a fan of services that allow you to post and share random text with random people. There are a plethora of them out there (https://pastee.org/, http://pastebin.com/, https://cryptobin.org/, etc), and they all come with their own pros and cons. One of my favorites is Ghostbin partly due to its ease of… Continue Reading Ghost Got Secrets – Ghostbin’s Guts Part 1
Ashley Madison recently had a really bad day. In the off chance that you haven’t heard about it, Ashley Madison’s entire internal network got popped and the attackers leaked around 10GB of compressed data to the Intertubez. Plenty of sites have articles detailing “what was leaked,” yet I found nothing… Continue Reading What Is in the FIRST Ashley Madison Leak?