A collection of free, open-source, and commercial tools to try out. This tools will enhance your skills, streamline your workflow, and empower you to do more. I recommend giving them a go and seeing which ones you can get the most value from.
Discover netlas.io, a powerful suite of tools to enrich your threat hunts, add threat intelligence to your investigations, Discover netlas.io, a powerful suite of tools to enrich your threat hunts, add threat intelligence to your investigations, and map your attack surface.
Learn why malware configuration parsing is an essential skill for any threat hunter, plus how to use a malware configuration parsers to do this automatically.
Learn about MITRE’s CTI Blueprints project. A revolutionary new CTI project that aims to help analysts deliver high-quality, standardized CTI reports.
Discover the new cyber security notetaking app that integrates with your organization’s tools and is an effective copilot for all your investigations.
Learn what a CTI aggregator is, why you need one, and how to create your own for completely for free to make your threat intelligence gathering efficient
Whodunit is a tool that can be used to identify the most likely Advanced Persistent Threat group responsible for an attack. Let’s find out how to use it!
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