Let’s start with the basics. Data Breaches are common — and will continue to be the norm. How the App Economy and Big Data ruined it As we shifted towards the ‘App-Economy’ and ‘Big-Data’ (circa 3 years ago), consumers begun…
Last week I launched a draft of the Gov.my Audit, and this week we have version 2.0
Here’s what changed:
- Added More Sites. We now scan a total of 1324 government websites, up from just 1180.
- Added Shodan Results. Results includes both the open ports and time of the Shodan scan (scary shit!)
- Added Site Title. Results now include the HTML title to give a better description of the site (hopefully!).
- Added Form Fields. If the page on the root directory has an input form, the names of the fields will appear in the results. This allows for a quick glance at which sites have forms, and (roughly!) what the form ask for (search vs. IC Numbers).
- Added Domain in the CSV. The CSV is sorted by hostname, to allow for grouping by domain names (e.g. view all sites from selangor.gov.my or perlis.gov.my)
- Added an API. Now you can query the API can get more info on the site, including the cert info and HTTP headers.
- Released the Serverless.yml files for you to build the API yourself as well 🙂
All in all, it’s a pretty bad-ass project (if I do say so myself). So let’s take all that one at a time.