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8 Security Tools to be Unveiled at Black Hat USA

Security researchers and practitioners share a host of new cyber tools for penetration testing, reverse engineering, malware defense, and more.
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Scrapesy
Developed by the red team at Standard Industries, Scrapesy is a new tool used to help security teams identify credential leaks and account compromises across their systems. The tool gathers, ingests, and parses credential dumps from numerous sources, including the public Internet and Dark Web. That provides a validation check for security teams who can use the tool to check up against lists of domains and email addresses they're responsible for keeping safe.

(Image: thodonal via Adobe Stock)

Scrapesy

Developed by the red team at Standard Industries, Scrapesy is a new tool used to help security teams identify credential leaks and account compromises across their systems. The tool gathers, ingests, and parses credential dumps from numerous sources, including the public Internet and Dark Web. That provides a validation check for security teams who can use the tool to check up against lists of domains and email addresses they're responsible for keeping safe.

(Image: thodonal via Adobe Stock)

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