Use Mitaka to Perform In-Browser OSINT to Identify Malware, Sketchy Sites, Shady Emails & More

Web browser extensions are one of the simplest ways to get starting using open-source intelligence tools because they're cross-platform. So anyone using Chrome on Linux, macOS, and Windows can use them all the same. The same goes for Firefox. One desktop browser add-on, in particular, makes OSINT as easy as right-clicking to search for hashes, email addresses, and URLs. Mitaka, created by Manabu Niseki, works in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Once installed, it lets you select and inspect certain pieces of text and indicators of compromise (IoC), running them through a variety of... more