I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Defang all the things!“. Today, I would like to promote a best practice via a small Python module that is very helpful when youâ€™re dealing with suspicious or malicious URLs. Links in documents are potentially dangerous because users can always click by mistake
I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Hunting for Malicious Excel Sheets“. Recently, I found a malicious Excel sheet which contained a VBA macro. One particularity of this file was that useful information was stored in cells. The VBA macro read and used them to download the malicious PE file.
Just a quick post about a problem that security analysts are facing daily… For a while, malicious Office documents are delivered with OLE objects containing VBA macros. Bad guys are always using obfuscation techniques to make the analysis more difficult and (try to) bypass basic filters. This makes the analysis
For me, Twitter is not only a social network, it’s also a tool that I use daily to track and exchange news about information security with a large worldwide community of infosec profesionals. For a while, Twitter is my main source of information. When you are relying on a service
Here is a Python script that I developed for my personal use: mime2vt.py. I decided to release it because I think it could be helpful for many of you. In 2012, I started a project called CuckooMX. The goal was to automatically scan attachments in emails with Cuckoo to find
During a penetration test, I had to execute specific commands against some IP networks. Those networks were represented under the CIDR form (network/subnet). Being a lazy guy, I spent some time to write a small Python script to solve this problem. The idea was based on the “xargs” UNIX command
We are already in 2014 for a few days and this is my first blog post for this year! So, let me wish you a wonderful 2014 for you and you family! Let’s start with a quick post about building IP addresses reputation list. This topic was discussed on a
This is my first post in 2013! Every begining of a new year, people tend to make a list of good resolution. I also did and one of them is to switch from Perl to Python to develop! Being a Perl addict for years, I don’t expect to completely abandon