- Phree Phishing
- I recently blogged about the phishing pages that I found during a Tour of the Google Blacklist . In that posting I noted how I was surprised to find that Yahoo! was actually hosting phishing sites designed to phish Yahoo! credentials. Not surprisingly, Read More...
- A Tour of the Google Blacklist
- [Update 01.10.07: In response to some of the queries that I've been receiving, I've published a follow up blog to discuss the structure/decryption algorithm of Google's Encoded/Hashed Blacklist .] I recently decided to devote a day to walking Read More...
- Posted 04 January 07 12:48 by msutton
Filed under phishing, blacklist, google
We might agree that there is more information out there than anyone could possibly imagine accessible with a few clicks and keystrokes. Yet the easy part is the collection and the filtering or storage. Making any sense of it all with the relevance you seek is the "Holy Grail" for you, today. But that might change tomorrow.
It's the consistent development of a new hypothesis and testing it that determines who will get the next new piece of information ready for OSINT. And still the question remains. Will this be better kept secret, or out in the "Wild"? The argument usually isn't whether the results of the test should be published, it's more about when.
Open Source Intelligence is going to be around for some time to come. The tools are getting even better to find and process information. The only real impediment will continue to be those who want to wait and hold on to it a little longer. And remember this: