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  1. Offensive ELK: Elasticsearch for Offensive Security

    Have you ever been in a network penetration test where the scope is so huge you end up with dozens of files containing Nmap scan results, each of which, in turn, contains a multitude of hosts? If the answer is yes, you might be interested in this blog post. …


  2. Historical Tracking in GoScan

    Recently I’ve been reading the great “The Hacker Playbook 3” from Peter Kim. …


  3. Robtex-Go: Go Client for the Robtex API

    While automating some aspects of my OSINT (Open-source Intelligence) process, I realised there was no Go client for the Robtex API, so I decided to create one. …


  4. Intrducing GoScan (aka a reason to learn Go)

    It’s been a while since I wanted to carve the time to learn Go. Everyone seemed to love it, so I wanted to give a try. …


  5. Burp Pro as a Docker Container

    Everyone loves Burp, but sometimes moving around the Professional version among different virtual machines could be laborious. …


  6. Docker + Consul + Vault: A Practical Guide

    There are many resources around ([1], [2], [3]) explaining how to use Vault, but none of them goes into the details of setting it up, especially alongise Consul and docker-compose. …


  7. Needle meets Jenkins: how to include Needle in your CI pipeline

    The latest 2 releases of Needle were focused on providing features essential for its integration within a CI pipeline: …


  8. Needle v1.0.0 released: new native agent and support for iOS 10

    Today we release Needle v1.0.0, which provides a major overhaul of its core and the introduction of a new native agent, written entirely in Objective-C. …