Awards & Achievements

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2016 – IshanTech (M) Sdn Bhd awarded as
Outstanding PPS Achievements – Commercial Category by HP

Award By ESET

2016 – IshanTech (M) Sdn Bhd awarded as
New Business Champion of 2016 from ESET Malaysia

News About Ishantech IT Security Solution

2016 – IshanTech (M) Sdn Bhd recognized as
TOP 25 CYBER SECURITY Technologies Companies 2017 – Download

Cover story about ishantech Founders

Magazine – Security Guardians. “We, the team of IshanTech specifically address the need for solutions based on the latest cutting-edge technologies.” – Download

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  • How to tell if a website is safe June 23, 2021
    It can be difficult to tell a legitimate website apart from an unsafe one – follow these steps to identify and protect yourself from bad websites The post How to tell if a website is safe appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Amer Owaida
  • State‑sponsored or financially motivated: Is there any difference anymore? June 21, 2021
    What does the increasingly fuzzy line between traditional cybercrime and attacks attributed to state-backed groups mean for the future of the threat landscape? The post State‑sponsored or financially motivated: Is there any difference anymore? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Phil Muncaster
  • Week in security with Tony Anscombe June 18, 2021
    5 steps to take to minimize damage from a ransomware attack – The double-edged sword of OSINT – Watch out for vishing scams The post Week in security with Tony Anscombe appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Editor
  • 5 essential things to do before ransomware strikes June 18, 2021
    By failing to prepare you are preparing to fail – here’s what you can do today to minimize the impact of a potential ransomware attack in the future The post 5 essential things to do before ransomware strikes appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Cameron Camp
  • Most health apps engage in unhealthy data‑harvesting habits June 17, 2021
    Most medical and fitness apps in Google Play have tracking capabilities enabled and their data collection practices aren’t transparent The post Most health apps engage in unhealthy data‑harvesting habits appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Amer Owaida
  • OSINT 101: What is open source intelligence and how is it used? June 16, 2021
    OSINT can be used by anyone, both for good and bad ends – here’s how defenders can use it to keep ahead of attackers The post OSINT 101: What is open source intelligence and how is it used? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Phil Muncaster
  • Microsoft takes down large‑scale BEC operation June 15, 2021
    The fraudsters ran their campaigns from the cloud and used phishing attacks and email forwarding rules to steal financial information The post Microsoft takes down large‑scale BEC operation appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Amer Owaida
  • Vishing: What is it and how do I avoid getting scammed? June 14, 2021
    How do vishing scams work, how do they impact businesses and individuals, and how can you protect yourself, your family and your business? The post Vishing: What is it and how do I avoid getting scammed? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Phil Muncaster
  • Week in security with Tony Anscombe June 11, 2021
    ESET Research dissects campaigns by the Gelsemium and BackdoorDiplomacy APT groups – Hacking an orbiting satellite isn't necessarily the stuff of Hollywood The post Week in security with Tony Anscombe appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Editor
  • Tracking ransomware cryptocurrency payments: What now for Bitcoin? June 11, 2021
    Should we expect cybercriminals to ditch the pseudonymous cryptocurrency for other forms of payment that may be better at throwing law enforcement off the scent? The post Tracking ransomware cryptocurrency payments: What now for Bitcoin? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Cameron Camp

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  • GSoC 2020 Project Summary: SNARE/TANNER November 13, 2020
    This year I got selected for Google Summer of Code 2020 under The Honeynet Project and worked on the SNARE/TANNER. GSoC 2020 was very special for […]
    Mehtab Zafar
  • GSOC 2020 PROJECT SUMMARY: HosTaGe September 29, 2020
    HosTaGe: a mobile honeypot Why I choose this project I am passionate about Network Security, Cybersecurity, and programming, and I wanted to get involved with a […]
    Irini Lygerou
  • GSOC 2020 PROJECT SUMMARY: INFECTION MONKEY August 27, 2020
    Shreya Malviya wrote this post as a project summary of her GSoC2020 experience. Team: Mentors: Shay Nehmad, Daniel GoldbergStudent: Shreya Malviya Introduction What is Infection Monkey? […]
    Abhinav Saxena
  • GSoC 2020 Work Product - Intel Owl August 26, 2020
    Student: Eshaan Bansal (@Eshaan7)Mentor: Matteo Lodi and Pietro DelsanteOrganization: The Honeynet ProjectProject: Intel OwlTag: Information Security Project Overview Intel Owl Intel Owl is an Open Source […]
    Eshaan Bansal
  • More GSoC Progress: Mitmproxy 5.2 released! July 23, 2020
    We are excited to announce the release of mitmproxy 5.2, a free and open source interactive HTTPS proxy! As the first part of his Google Summer of Code (GSoC) at the Honeynet Project, our student Martin Plattner (@MartinPlattnr) has completely revamped mitmproxy's replacement feature, which is a powerful tool to modify and redirect HTTP messages.
    Maximilian Hils
  • Intel Owl Release v1.0.0 July 5, 2020
    Intel Owl is an Open Source Intelligence, or OSINT solution to get threat intelligence data about a specific file, an IP or a domain from a […]
    Eshaan Bansal
  • The Honeynet Project has a new Chief Research Officer October 9, 2019
    The Honeynet Project recently appointed a new Chief Research Officer, Tamas Lengyel.  We want to thank again Lukas Rist for leading and growing our research over the past years, and […]
    The Honeynet Project
  • The Honeynet Project Workshop 2019 in Innsbruck, Austria June 18, 2019
    The Honeynet Project Workshop 2019 Hotel Grauer Bär Universitätsstraße 5-7 6020 Innsbruck, Austria July 1st–3rd, 2019 https://austria2019.honeynet.org/
    Andrea De Pasquale
  • GSoC 2018 Project Summary: Infection Monkey February 5, 2019
    The Infection-Monkey team for GSoC 2018 wrote this post as a project summary of their GSoC 2018 experience Team: Student: Vakaris Žilius Mentor: Daniel Goldberg Introduction […]
    Daniel Haslinger
  • GSoC 2018 Project Summary: Conpot August 18, 2018
    Abhinav Saxena wrote this post as a project summary of his GSoC2018 experience. What did we achieve? The following features and changes were implemented: Migration of […]
    Daniel Haslinger
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