Saturday, June 1, 2013
Breaking new local ground with Wapack Socrates!
We're on it.
Introducing Wapack Labs' Socrates services.
Wapack Labs will come to your company, install a sensor on your network, and diagnose any issues found. As an example, during our testing, we recorded over 4,000,000 scans on our test network and over 40 attempts to compromise our network --this was in 48 hours! Likely many of these were automated, but the automated attempts usually lead to a botnet infection --used to steal credit card data! As a larger company, this might not surprise you at all. In fact, the numbers probably sound small, but to the mom and pop on the corner, well, they need to know what it means. Wapack is a local company servicing not only the Red Sky Alliance, but also Elm Street. Forensic Services, Socrates, R&D, Analysis. We can help you too. Derek does a great job on forensics, and is working through the Socrates build-out. Interested in a trial? Drop us a note!
We've had a terrific week on the R&D side of the house.
WhoisRecon: Wapack Labs created an analysis tool called WhoisRecon. WhoisRecon is a graphic analysis tool used to discover, provide a representation, and dynamically create relationships of Whois searches individually or in batch. WhoisRecon is perfect for pen testers, analysts, and investigators! We introduced the beta WhoseRecon for our Red Sky Alliance team this week and testing is now open to the larger security community! Check out whoisrecon.com, or send us an email if you are interested in beta-testing.
Red Sky Jive Chat: We posted our first screenshot of our new Jive Chat for the portals. It looks great, and the Jive community seems to have gone wild over it. We'll be looking for our first beta user beyond Red Sky for revenue opportunities soon.
Research and Development is going well. We're working on a threat intelligence and analysis database for one of the Red Sky members. We've automated many of the queries needed to pull in data from the right sources, and have gotten to a place where data is fairly normalized.