2. WhatBreach - OSINT Tool To Find Breached Emails And Databasesvom 322.5 Punkte
WhatBreach is a tool to search for breached emails and their corresponding database. It takes either a single email or a list of emails and searches them leveraging haveibeenpwned.com's API, from there (if there are any breaches) it will search for the query link on Dehashed pertaining to the database, and output all breaches along with all pastes that this email is included in (if any). If you are tr
4. Intelligent Product Search and Recommendations for Fashion Retailvom 255.4 Punkte
The ranking techniques used in Bing Ads can help fashion retailers display more relevant product ads in a cost-effective way which may also be more attractive for shoppers. By working with a prominent fashion retail partner, these techniques provided a 5
6. Facebook's GraphQL Gets Its Own Open-Source Foundationvom 212.38 Punkte TechCrunch is reporting that GraphQL, the Facebook-incubated data query language, is moving into its own open-source foundation. "Like so many other similar open-source foundations, the aptly named GraphQL Foundation will be hosted by the Linux Foundation."
7. XSpear - Powerfull XSS Scanning And Parameter Analysis Toolvom 186.39 Punkte
XSpear is XSS Scanner on ruby gems.Key features
Pattern matching based XSS scanning
Detect alert confirm prompt event on headless browser (with Selenium)
Testing request/response for XSS protection bypass and reflected params
Filtered test e
8. AA18-284A: Publicly Available Tools Seen in Cyber Incidents Worldwidevom 170.04 Punkte Original release date: October 11, 2018Summary
This report is a collaborative research effort by the cyber security authorities of five nations: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
In it we highlight the use of five publicly a
9. Five Tools for Building API's with GraphQL | Five Thingsvom 169.17 Punkte
Five Things is back, baby! We're back and this week we're bringing you five tools for building API's with GraphQL. True story, we shot this at the end of about a twelve hour day and you can see the pain in Burke's eyes. It's not GraphQL he doesn't lik