New module and type:RethinkDB

Continuing our weekly module and type release, you can now find RethinkDB on the platform. RethinkDB is a free and open-source, distributed document-oriented database originally created by the company of the same name. The database stores JSON documents with dynamic schemas, and is designed to facilitate pushing real-time updates for…

New Module and Type: Cassandra

This week the new module and type of data we're releasing is Cassandra. Cassandra is a database technology used for high availability and scalability by multiple companies worldwide. Cassandra is in use at Constant Contact, CERN, Comcast, eBay, GitHub, GoDaddy, Hulu, Instagram, Intuit, Netflix, Reddit, The Weather Channel, and over…

RDP and Bluekeep – not just 3389

A couple of weeks ago a new vulnerability that affects the RDP protocol was announced. This vulnerability was soon dubbed "Bluekeep" by @Gossithedog and has since been used widely in the industry. At the time of this writing, multiple parties have now remote code execution using this vulnerability, which means…

New Module and Type: MQTT

In an era where IoT is on the rise MQTT stands as a commonly used protocol to exchange messages between devices / brokers. Our MQTT module has existed for 4 years for enterprise clients and now it is also present on app.binaryedge.io. You can see the documentation here:https://docs.binaryedge.io/modules/mqtt/ And this…

New Module and type: Kubernetes

Today is a special day for us at BinaryEdge. We are celebrating our graduation from the Cylon cybersecurity accelerator and with that we decided to release a new feature. We're happy to announce a new module and data type on our platform. Kubernetes. (The numbers shown on this blogpost are…

Database exposed in Iran

Bob Diachenko recently found an open MongoDB instance which contained sensitive information on Iranian drivers, part of a Ride-Hailing App. This is not a unique situation to Iran. It’s common for us to find open databases regularly on worldwide scale. But now we will provide some insight into Iran, and…

Anomalies, tags, and integrations

This weeks release brings a set of new features to both our enterprise and SaaS clients. Anomaly detection At BinaryEdge we collect a lot of data from network of sensors spread worldwide, we provide this stream of data in realtime to enterprise clients, it's a lot of traffic from all…

BinaryEdge reward system

It has been three months since we created https://app.binaryedge.io and what we hear most regularly is "Can we have more credits on the free account?" This led us to create a reward based system, where you can easily get credits and at same time improve the platform we all love!…

RSync the old is still new…

This is a special blogpost for us. We usually work on our research by ourselves and present it in the same way, but this time, this research was partially done in collaboration with the amazing team at Rapid7. You should also check out their counterpart report here: https://blog.rapid7.com/2018/12/21/rsunk-your-battleship-an-ocean-of-data-exposed-through-rsync/ What is…

Publicly accessible .ENV files

Deployment is something a lot of companies still struggle with. We talked about the issue with Kubernetes being deployed insecurely a few weeks ago in a blogpost and how the kubernetes pods are being hijacked to mine for cryptocurrency. This week we look at something different but still related to…

Kubernetes being hijacked worldwide

Kubernetes, a container orchestration system used by many companies worldwide, is a type of service we have been monitoring lately as we see issues like CVE-2018-1002105 appear. Another reason for our interest in this service is because we have seen increasing numbers being detected of Kubernetes being exposed to the…
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