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WireEdit – Full Stack WYSIWYG Network Packet Editor

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Yet again, the Twittersphere pointed out another neat looking tool, WireEdit.  I first noticed this via @Cyberarms’ tweet:

WireEdit appears to let you edit network packets at any OSI Model layer, via a WYSIWYG editor. Looks neat, but I have not had the opportunity to play with it yet. If I do, I’ll be sure to update this post.

Click here to visit the WireEdit webpage. 


ThreatWatch – Open Source Intelligence Dashboard

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I’ve spent some time lately researching Open Source Intelligence feeds, dashboards, etc.  I was trying to set up the Collective Intelligence Framework (CIF) and the Kibana dashboard associated with it, but ran into some snags. Namely, anytime I enabled the Kibana dashboard on my Ubuntu VM, it caused the CIF command-line tools to fail.

While troubleshooting (via my very best Google-fu), I came across ThreatWatch, a project that already has this implemented, running, and even added a large amount of additional feeds to what the Collective Intelligence Framework has.

A full list of feeds/data sources contained in ThreatWatch is available here:

A link to the ThreatWatch dashboard is available here: An example screenshot of the dashboard is below as well:

ThreatWatch Screenshot