If you remember, I blogged about a CloudFail and HatCloud earlier. Those tools help you find the IP addresses of systems that are protected/behind Cloudflare. This post is about a new tool on the block - cFire, which just does not stop at detecting the systems restricted using Cloudflare. This tool is also sometimes called as CloudFire. Read more about cFire: IP Discovery for Domains behind Cloudflare
If you remember about my older post about the open source tool to protect against MBR infections - MBRFilter. All of a sudden one of my test machines started dying with the famous BSOD. I was able to recover from the error as I figured the error was with MBRFilter.sys. However, I saw that there are no clear instructions on uninstalling the driver. This post tells you how do to Read more about How to: Uninstall MBRFilter?
This is a short post about an open source domain administrative dashboard finder - Cangibrina that is coded in Python. The name Cangibrina is Brazilian for Cachaça in local slang, which is a distilled spirit made from fermented sugarcane juice. Read more about Cangibrina: A Domain Admin Dashboard Finder!
With the recent spread of a malware which the industry is calling by many names - Petya, NotPetya, Pnyetya and what not! One thing is for sure though - it rewrites your Master Boot Record (MBR) to render your system unusable. One of the many ways to avoid this from happening is by using MBRFilter from the Cisco Talos group. Read more about MBRFilter: A Tool To Protect Against MBR Infection!
Recently, we posted about HatCloud, a different tool which identifies CloudFlare protected IP addresses. This post is about CloudFail, a tool which detects CloudFlare protected hosts and then some more. Read more about CloudFail: Detect CloudFlare Secured Hosts!