eCrimeLabs has released a tool to extract JA3 fingerprints from a PCAP and create MISP objects based on the information.
The year has almost come to an end and what a year it has been.
A big thanks to all who has supported a small startup and believes in the path that we are on.
eCrimeLabs Cratos REST API
During the past 12 months the eCrimeLabs Cratos API has evolved on a massive level and has shown its effectiveness in detecting and mitigating various threats on an enterprise level. The API is used on top of the MISP Threat Sharing Platrform.
We are now able to deliver in formats like:
The features continue to evolve and the implementations improve, keep an eye on https://www.github.com/eCrimeLabs for new open projects
Hosting of MISP Threat Sharing
eCrimeLabs also continues to on-board customers on our hosted MISP platform, designed for costumers who was to make use of this, without having to handle the operational part of keeping a MISP instance updated and running.
So to summarize thanks to all who believes and support a small growing company like eCrimeLabs working and correlating with many to help secure your businesses from the on-going threats.
Merry Christmas and a happy new year.