I think it's been about 30 years since I've installed a game on my computer. The last one I think was Gunship 2000 or something!Today, however, I installed this simulator for model aircraft. From the videos and comments it seemed like a well-made product and so I decided to buy it to learn how to … Continue reading REALFLIGHT EVOLUTION on Lenovo ThinkCentre neo 30a
No more Twitter!!
After more than 400,000 tweets, the blue bird platform suspended my account for violating the counterfeit goods rules. I've decided to move the publishing of reports to urlscan.io. In the new release I made some changes to the publishing platform, the main one for users is that now sites that don't have a default page … Continue reading No more Twitter!!
Update from Twitter account
November 2022 saw a new update of "The Smith Project" solution. This update makes it possible to identify a new type of malicious sites that spread malicious Android app and Windows executable. The increase in tweets from October to November was almost 100%. If compared with September the increase was more than 200% It's hard … Continue reading Update from Twitter account
Typo generator online
I just released a web application for generating typos. This service exposes a resource that can simply be invoked by the browser or any http client (eg curl) and returns a list of strings that look like the original string. For now the request is not that much customizable, the next releases will allow you … Continue reading Typo generator online
Infosec people that post IOCs on Twitter
See the live page here
A Platform for Automated Threat Report Collection and IOC Extraction A few days ago I came across this project from the University of Madrid. Below is a summary and the entire document. Enjoy the reading 🙂 To adapt to a constantly evolving landscape of cyber threats, organizations actively need to collect Indicators of Compromise (IOCs), … Continue reading GoodFATR
Our fight against fraud and abuse: an update
An interesting article by Namecheap that illustrates their commitment (and to a small extent mine too) in the fight against scams and abuses on the Internet.
It seems to me yesterday that I connected The Smith Agent to my Twitter account, perhaps more out of curiosity than out of wanting to do something useful, and today the account has exceeded 200,000 tweets 🙂 How fast these kids grow up! To celebrate the milestone I decided to write an updated post compared … Continue reading 200k tweets!
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The Smith Project
The project The project starts from the desire to monitor the Internet in search of threats but also in search of situations that are not correlated with each other but which, with time or with support, may be at the basis of larger and currently unpredictable phenomena. The first phase of the project deals with … Continue reading The Smith Project
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