[Owasp-leaders] Web Threat Intelligence

Timo Goosen timo.goosen at owasp.org
Fri Jun 12 15:10:33 UTC 2015

Interesting question.
I'm also always interested in finding out new stuff like this. Twitter and
reddit is pretty good place for this.

Sometimes IRC can be a good place for this too.

I've thought of starting a project that collects the latest threat
intelligence, but I'm sure there are plenty of projects like this already
and also the attackers adapt all the time.


On Fri, Jun 12, 2015 at 4:28 PM, Patrick Laverty <patrick.laverty at owasp.org>

> Hi All,
> Wanted to see what others think of this. The topic of threat intelligence.
> There seems to be a ton of people who know about and are willing to share
> what they know about malware and phishing. Those things are great and
> important to know about, but it seems far fewer people focus on the latest
> web application attacks. I watch podcasts from some companies and they talk
> about a latest XSS bypass or a new way to use a "feature" of HTML5. That's
> awesome stuff. But has anyone seen a good place for sharing that? Has
> anyone seen a place where you can learn about an increase of account
> checker activity coming from a certain geo-region, or maybe new techniques
> in domain hijacking, or mass site defacements, or new tools that
> specifically target a particular platform?
> Thoughts on it?
> Thanks!
> Patrick
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