IVRE (Instrument de veille sur les réseaux extérieurs) is a network recon framework, including tools for passive and active recon. IVRE can use data from numerous passive sensors and active scanning tools. You can think of it as a self-hosted and fully-controlled alternative to Shodan / ZoomEye / Censys, GreyNoise, and more. In the AUR.
A curated dynamic collection of websites offer a interesting and interactive experience for users. With real-time data (most of it), engaging maps, and visually stunning data visualizations, this collection is a treasure for enthusiasts of air industry, space, history, world statistics and more!
Open-source, self-hosted alternative to CARTO and Foursquare Studio for data scientists, analysts and engineers. State-of-the art WebGL-powered map visualizations and spatial analysis based on deck.gl. Tested at 100Mb and 1M rows. Efficient query result caching on Amazon S3 or Google Cloud Storage. Side-by-side SQL editor and support for CSV and GeoJSON file uploads.
Small program that computes and plots spectrograms, either in a live window or to disk, with support for stdin input. In theory, you can run any data through it and generate a spectrogram. Read the manpage.
In the AUR (but you want specgram-git because specgram has a bug and won't compile!)
Providing a suite of API endpoints to extract alternative data. Social sentiment analysis of companies, file analysis, insider trade retrieval and analysis, analyst ratings, ESG scoring.
Accessible through RapidAPI.
Free trial, 100 API calls/month. 2 requests/second
Requires Postgres as its back-end if you self-host.
Patch this into Searx?
University of Oregon Route Views Project
The University's Route Views project was originally conceived as a tool for Internet operators to obtain real-time BGP information about the global routing system from the perspectives of several different backbones and locations around the Internet. Although other tools handle related tasks, such as the various Looking Glass Collections (see e.g. TRACEROUTE.ORG), they typically either provide only a constrained view of the routing system (e.g., either a single provider, or the route server) or they do not provide real-time access to routing data.
While the Route Views project was originally motivated by interest on the part of operators in determining how the global routing system viewed their prefixes and/or AS space, there have been many other interesting uses of this Route Views data. For example, NLANR has used Route Views data for AS path visualization and to study IPv4 address space utilization (archive). Others have used Route Views data to map IP addresses to origin AS for various topological studies. CAIDA has used it in conjunction with the NetGeo database in generating geographic locations for hosts, functionality that both CoralReef and the Skitter project support.
Automated decoding of encrypted text without knowing the key or ciphers used. Ares is the next generation of decoding tools, built by the same people that brought you Ciphey. We fully intend to replace Ciphey with Ares.
Ares is fast. Very fast. Other decoders such as Ciphey require advance artifical intelligence to determine which path it should take to decode (whether to try Caesar next or Base64 etc). Ares is so fast we don't need to worry about this currently. For every 1 decode Ciphey can do, Ares can do ~7. That's a 700% increase in speed.
There are 2 main parts to Ares, the library and the CLI. The CLI simply uses the library which means you can build on-top of Ares.
Ares currently supports 16 decoders and it is growing fast. Ciphey supports around ~50, and we are adding more everyday.
Most people find this website because they are disturbed by an unusual unidentified low-frequency sound that scientists now call the Worldwide Hum. The classic description is that The Hum sounds like a car or truck engine idling outside your home or down the block. Some people describe it as a low rumbling or droning sound. It is typically perceived louder at night than during the day, and louder indoors than outdoors. The sound can usually be masked by background noise, such as a fan or keeping the radio on. We estimate that 2-4% of the global population can experience this phenomenon under certain conditions.
The typical characteristics of the World Hum are that sufferers hear it wherever they go, and that other people in the same place and time cannot hear it. This may be a type of otoacoustic phenomenon generated internally in the brain and auditory organs, through mechanisms which are not yet fully understood, but for which this project tries to find answers and possible remedies.
The entire dataset can be downloaded as a CSV file. There is also a project whitepaper for people to gather more data for analysis.
A collection of several hundred online tools for OSINT.
A Hex Editor for Reverse Engineers, Programmers and people who value their retinas when working at 3 AM. Full featured hex editor. Byte patching. Patch management. Copy and paste byte sequences. String and hex pattern highlighting. Pattern matching DSL. Huge file support. Can disassemble 16 different architectures' code and counting.
The documentation for Virus Total's REST API.
Free usage tier:
The Log File Navigator, lnav for short, is an advanced log file viewer for the small-scale. It is a terminal application that can understand your log files and make it easy for you to find problems with little to no setup. Log messages from different files are collated together into a single view. Automatic detection of log format. Automatic decompression of GZip and BZip2 files. Filter log messages based on regular expressions. Use SQL to analyze your logs.
Even works with systemfail's journals.
fq is inspired by the well known jq tool and language and allows you to work with binary formats the same way you would using jq. In addition it can present data like a hex viewer, transform, slice and concatenate binary data. It also supports nested formats and has an interactive REPL with auto-completion.
It was originally designed to query, inspect and debug media codecs and containers like mp4, flac, mp3, jpeg. Since then it has been extended to support a variety of formats like executables, packet captures (including TCP reassembly) and serialization formats like JSON, YAML, XML, ASN1 BER, Avro, CBOR, protobuf.
In summary it aims to be jq, hexdump, dd and gdb for files combined into one.
PiRogue tool suite (PTS) is an open-source tool suite that provides a comprehensive mobile forensic and network traffic analysis platform targeting mobile devices both Android and iOS, internet of things devices (devices that are connected to the user mobile apps), and in general any device using wi-fi to connect to the Internet.
We expose people to information and ideas from all sides of the political spectrum so they can better understand the world — and each other. Our balanced news coverage, media bias ratings, civil dialogue opportunities, and technology platform are available for everyone and can be integrated by schools, nonprofits, media companies, and more.
We provide Media Bias Ratings for over 800 media outlets and writers, so you can easily identify different perspectives. Learn how AllSides rates media bias, or learn about the different types of media bias.
Queries are done with URLs: https://www.allsides.com/media-bias/ratings?field_featured_bias_rating_value=1&field_news_source_type_tid%5B2%5D=2&field_news_bias_nid_1%5B1%5D=1&field_news_bias_nid_1%5B2%5D=2&field_news_bias_nid_1%5B3%5D=3&title=snopes
Has multiple RSS feeds: One per tag or topic plus https://www.allsides.com/news/rss
We are the most comprehensive media bias resource on the internet. There are currently 4300+ media sources and journalists listed in our database and growing every day. Don’t be fooled by Fake News sources. Use the search feature above (Header) to check the bias of any source. Use name or URL.
Has an RSS feed.
Doesn't have an API.
Scripts and stuff for manipulating the json files generated by FlightAware's version of dump1090. Mostly command line and ncurses.
JLess is a command-line JSON viewer designed for reading, exploring, and searching through JSON data. JLess will pretty print your JSON and apply syntax highlighting. Use it when exploring external APIs, or debugging request payloads. Expand and collapse Objects and Arrays to grasp the high- and low-level structure of a JSON document. JLess has a large suite of vim-inspired commands that make exploring data a breeze. JLess supports full text regular-expression based search. Quickly find the data you're looking for in long String values, or jump between values for the same Object key.
CryptoLyzer is a fast and flexible server cryptographic settings analyzer library for Python with an easy-to-use command line interface with both human- and machine-readable output. It works with multiple cryptographic protocols (SSL/TLS, opportunistic TLS, SSH) and analyzes
additional security mechanisms (web security related HTTP response header fields, JA3 tag).
Spyder is a free and open source scientific environment written in Python, for Python, and designed by and for scientists, engineers and data analysts. It features a unique combination of the advanced editing, analysis, debugging, and profiling functionality of a comprehensive development tool with the data exploration, interactive execution, deep inspection, and beautiful visualization capabilities of a scientific package.