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10 Free Security Tools at Black Hat Asia 2021

Researchers are set to demonstrate a plethora of tools for conducting pen tests, vulnerability assessments, data forensics, and a wide range of other use cases.
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SniperPhish: Web-Email Spear-Phishing Toolkit
User mistakes, like opening malicious attachments or clicking on embedded links in emails, continue to be one of the most common ways organizations are breached. SniperPhish is a toolkit designed to help organizations assess employee awareness of targeted phishing scams. It allows security testers to simulate email spear-phishing campaigns and to host realistic-looking phishing websites. The toolkit, developed in PHP, allows security teams to centrally track their email campaigns and any data that recipients of spear-phishing emails might get tricked into sharing with the simulated phishing websites. Security admins can consolidate data from the email campaigns and phishing websites and view the info through a central dashboard.
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SniperPhish: Web-Email Spear-Phishing Toolkit

User mistakes, like opening malicious attachments or clicking on embedded links in emails, continue to be one of the most common ways organizations are breached. SniperPhish is a toolkit designed to help organizations assess employee awareness of targeted phishing scams. It allows security testers to simulate email spear-phishing campaigns and to host realistic-looking phishing websites. The toolkit, developed in PHP, allows security teams to centrally track their email campaigns and any data that recipients of spear-phishing emails might get tricked into sharing with the simulated phishing websites. Security admins can consolidate data from the email campaigns and phishing websites and view the info through a central dashboard.

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