things are coming...
I realise that I have not posted for a while, so I just wanted to drop a quick mini-post’ette to say that I have been working hard on a number of things to do with my TLS Fingerprinting side project. If you keep track of my GitHub page you’ll probably see the fruits of my labour first.
I’m planning on creating a number of posts on using the FingerPrinTLS tool once I have a few more key items in. Since I spoke at DerbyCon and SecTorCA I have introduced a number of new features, including:
- 802.1Q support
- IPv6 support
- Privilege dropping
- Timestamps to output
- Dynamically generate new signatures from unknown connections
- Binary fingerprint “database” file as opposed to compiled in fingerprints
- Cleanups (but more is needed)
- Database search optimisations
I’m currently working on a few other things (threading, code cleanup, optimisations, etc) then I’ll drop some more real-world-useful tutorials.