Manuka – A Modular OSINT Honeypot For Blue Teamers

Manuka is an Open-source intelligence (OSINT) honeypot that monitors reconnaissance attempts by threat actors and generates actionable intelligence for Blue Teamers. It creates a simulated environment consisting of staged OSINT sources, such as social media profiles and leaked credentials, and tracks signs of adversary interest, closely aligning to MITRE’s PRE-ATT&CK framework. Manuka gives Blue Teams additional visibility of the pre-attack reconnaissance phase and generates early-warning signals for defenders.

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Digital Footprint Intelligence Report


Introduction

The Digital Footprint Intelligence Service announces the results of research on the digital footprints of governmental, financial and industrial organizations for countries in the Middle East region: Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, UAE, Yemen. The data presented in this report was collected through Kaspersky’s own threat research and analysis mechanism and various other open sources during Q3 2020. The exceptions are Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for which only open source data was used. Official entities can request the more detailed results of subsequent research and analysis via dfi@kaspersky.com.

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