Showing posts from March, 2019

When IPv6 met Malware

What are those malware families shown in this graph? Do you want to know more about these IOCs related with IPv6? Next saturday we are going to publish the first dual stack IOCFeed with useful information for threat analysis to community. This feed will be free and contains network information such as IPv4, IPv6, open ports, ASN and even CVEs that affect the host. Also, there are interesting relationships between IOCs that can be obtained of you look at IPv6 network information. From now on, you will have a new tool to fingerprint threats in Internet. More at Follow us @mrlooquer

See you at RootedCON 2019!!

Dear Looquers, we're happy to announce that this year we will be at one of the top Security conferences  of the year! This time we are going to publish the first open feed with information of threats with dual stack (IPv4 and IPv6). You will discover how to get insightful information when you look at IPv6, you can get relations between IOCs using the prefix, open ports with CVEs affecting the threats, wrong dual stack configuration, and much more. We've reached an agreement with one of the top Cybersecurity companies in Spain to offer you this feed and we will invite others to join the project. Also, thanks to RootedCON organization we will be able to show new features of MrLooquer Rating and the automatic integration with AWS infrastructures using serverless Lambdas.  See you there! Follow us on Twitter: @mrlooquer