Date Author Title
2022-10-19Xavier MertensAre Internet Scanning Services Good or Bad for You?
2022-07-05Jan KoprivaEternalBlue 5 years after WannaCry and NotPetya
2022-04-29Rob VandenBrinkUsing Passive DNS sources for Reconnaissance and Enumeration
2022-02-03Johannes UllrichKeeping Track of Your Attack Surface for Cheap
2021-09-28Jan KoprivaTLS 1.3 and SSL - the current state of affairs
2021-08-09Jan KoprivaProxyShell - how many Exchange servers are affected and where are they?
2021-05-08Guy BruneauWho is Probing the Internet for Research Purposes?
2021-04-19Jan KoprivaHunting phishing websites with favicon hashes
2021-03-30Jan KoprivaOld TLS versions - gone, but not forgotten... well, not really "gone" either
2021-01-27Jan KoprivaTriOp - tool for gathering (not just) security-related data from Shodan.io (tool drop)
2020-12-30Jan KoprivaTLS 1.3 is now supported by about 1 in every 5 HTTPS servers
2020-07-21Jan KoprivaCouple of interesting Covid-19 related stats
2020-05-29Johannes UllrichThe Impact of Researchers on Our Data
2020-05-28Xavier MertensFlashback on CVE-2019-19781
2019-11-10Jan KoprivaDid the recent malicious BlueKeep campaign have any positive impact when it comes to patching?
2019-05-21Tom WebbUsing Shodan Monitoring
2018-08-29Xavier Mertens3D Printers in The Wild, What Can Go Wrong?
2014-01-01Russ McReeSix degrees of celebration: Juniper, ANT, Shodan, Maltego, Cisco, and Tails