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forge - A native implementation of TLS in Javascript and tools to write crypto-based and network-heavy webapps

  •    Javascript

A native implementation of TLS (and various other cryptographic tools) in JavaScript. The Forge software is a fully native implementation of the TLS protocol in JavaScript, a set of cryptography utilities, and a set of tools for developing Web Apps that utilize many network resources.

node-maxmind - Maxmind GEO Lookup

  •    Javascript

Pure Javascript module for Geo IP lookup using Maxmind binary databases (aka mmdb or geoip2). Fastest Maxmind lookup library available - up to 17,000% faster than other libraries. Module has 100% test coverage with comprehensive test suite. It natively works with binary Maxmind database format and doesn't require any "CSV - {specific lib format}" conversions as some other modules do. Maxmind binary databases are highly optimized for size and performance so there's no point working with other than that format. You might want to use geolite2 module with free geo databases. Alternatively, free databases available for download here. If you need better accuracy you should consider buying commercial subscription.

iptoasn-webservice - Web service to map IP addresses to AS information, using iptoasn.com

  •    Rust

Webservice to map IP addresses to AS information (and DNS history, soon). This is the source code of the public API from iptoasn.com.




shadowserver - Queries various Shadowserver services for ASN information, malware hash lookups, and whitelist hash lookups

  •    Ruby

The Shadowserver Foundation is an all volunteer watchdog group of security professionals that gather, track, and report on malware, botnet activity, and electronic fraud. It is the mission of the Shadowserver Foundation to improve the security of the Internet by raising awareness of the presence of compromised servers, malicious attackers, and the spread of malware. mr = Shadowserver::Malware.query(“aca4aad254280d25e74c82d440b76f79”) {“first_seen”=>“2010-06-15 03:09:41”, “filetype”=>“exe”, “avresults”=>{“TrendMicro”=>“TROJ_DLOADR.SMM”, “AntiVir”=>“WORM/VB.NVA”, “VirusBuster”=>“Worm.VB.FMYJ”, “QuickHeal”=>“Worm.VB.at”, “Clam”=>“Trojan.Downloader-50691”, “VBA32”=>“Trojan.VBO.011858”, “Sophos”=>“Troj/DwnLdr-HQY”, “NOD32”=>“Win32/AutoRun.VB.JP”, “Kaspersky”=>“Trojan.Win32.Cosmu.nyl”, “Panda”=>“W32/OverDoom.A”, “Vexira”=>“Trojan.DL.VB.EEDT”, “G-Data”=>“Trojan.Generic.2609117”, “Ikarus”=>“Trojan-Downloader.Win32.VB”, “Norman”=>“Suspicious_Gen2.SKLJ”, “McAfee”=>“Generic”, “AVG7”=>“Downloader.Generic9.URM”, “F-Secure”=>“Worm:W32/Revois.gen!A”, “F-Prot6”=>“W32/Worm.BAOX”, “DrWeb”=>“Win32.HLLW.Autoruner.6014”, “Avast-Commercial”=>“Win32:Zbot-LRA”}, “ssdeep”=>“12288:gOqOB0v2eZJys73dOvXDpNjNe8NuMpX4aBaa48L/93zKnP6ppgg2HFZlxVPbZX:sOA2eZJ8NI8Nah8L/4PqmTVPlX”, “sha1”=>“6fe80e56ad4de610304bab1675ce84d16ab6988e”, “last_seen”=>“2010-06-15 03:09:41”, “md5”=>“aca4aad254280d25e74c82d440b76f79”} If you have access to the Extended API (see www.shadowserver.org/wiki/pmwiki.php/Services/Sandboxapi for details), then you can use the download, avresult, and ssdeep APIs.

yasna.rs - ASN.1 library for Rust

  •    Rust

This is a Rust library for reading and writing ASN.1 data. Since this library is at an early stage, the APIs are subject to change. However, BERReader and DERWriter functionalities are getting stable.

ipisp - Golang IP to ISP library utilizing team cymru's IP to ASN service

  •    Go

IPISP provides a Go client for Team Cymru's ASN resolution service.


nginx-acl - Generator of NGINX ACL rules by autonomous system number (ASN)

  •    Shell

Allow AS14061 (Digital Ocean). Deny AS14061 (Digital Ocean).

gcdc-asn1 - ASN.1 data types and UPER encoder/decoder

  •    Java

Java annotations to augment Java classes with information from ASN.1 specifications. These annotations can later be used by encoders like asn1-uper. Datatypes are enough to handle camdenm. There is no compiler yet, so Java classes and annotations have to be created and added manually.






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