2013-10-24

(Malware,URL,Domain,andIPAnalysisSites &Tools)and(SecurityTools/Software)

For reputations, online sandboxes, etc visit
#TODO:CleanUp Below


Decoder/Packer/Unpacker:

ETC:

FireFox Security Add-Ons:
  • NoScript
    • enable/disable JavaScript (remembers approvals/denials) on a per site basis or temporarily allow/disallow globally
  • QuickJava
    • enable/disable Java, Flash, JavaScript, SilverLight, CSS, Animated Images, Proxy, Images, Cookies globally (meaning 1 for all, does not do site-by-site basis, either on or off for every site) 
  • Ghostery
    • Ad-Blocker
  • Flashblock
    • enable/disablle Flash (also allows click to play) on a per site basis or temporarily allow/disallow globally
  • VTZilla
    • right click on any link and scan the target with VirusTotal.
  • Cookie Monster
    • enable/disable cookies on a per site basis or temporarily allow/disallow globally
  • HTTPS-Everywhere
    • auto HTTPS connection of websites this will automatically redirect to the secure version of the website you request (if the website supports HTTPS) inside your browser.
      For example instead of going to google.com and then Google redirecting you to https://encrypted.google.com/ once you try to hit google.com this Add-On will auto redirect you to https://encrypted.google.com before you ever make a connection to the internet.
  • Defaced websites archives:
  • Attrition  http://attrition.org/mirror/
  • Hack-DB  http://www.hack-db.com/
  • Zone-H  http://www.zone-h.org/

#Chrome Security Extensions:
  • HTTP Switchboard
    • enable/disable JavaScript, cookies, images, etc (remembers approvals/denials) on a per site basis
  • Ad-Blockers
    • Ghostery
    • Ad Block Plus
    • Disconnect
  • HTTPS-Everywhere
    • auto HTTPS connection of websites this will automatically redirect to the secure version of the website you request (if the website supports HTTPS) inside your browser.
      For example instead of going to google.com and then Google redirecting you to https://encrypted.google.com/ once you try to hit google.com this Add-On will auto redirect you to https://encrypted.google.com before you ever make a connection to the internet.
  • Mailvelope
    • Secure email with OpenPGP encryption for Webmail (supports Gmail)
  • NotScripts ScriptSafe
    • enable/disable JavaScript (remembers approvals/denials) on a per site basis or temporarily allow/disallow globally
  • Vanilla Cookie Manager
    • Auto clear cookies, enable/disable auto clear of cookies on a per site basis.


4 comments:

  1. Nice blog useful for those who are looking for some other security tools ..I gone through your list fully there are many sites found online similar to the list which you mentioned here ..I usually check whois details of any website through sites like WhoisXY.com they will display details like domain registrant name ,address ,phone number and so on ...

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    1. Thanks! I just tested whoisxy.com and I like how it shows registrant email address and such.. however it is missing a huge feature in not having creation/registration date.
      I usually use robtex.com because it has creation date and integration with reputations site such as virustotal/spamhaus, as well as the feature to be able to view dns records for entire subnets/AS numbers..
      However, robtex.com does not have registrant email. So I usually use domaintools.com but the results are in an image so you can't parse the results with a script unless you use some OCR.
      I will add whoisxy.com to the list!

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