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This talk introduces a new security tool called ShoNuff. With all the talk about IPv4 address scarcity, and the resulting migration to IPv6, I thought it would be interesting to see how the IP space was chopped up. Additionally, I figured it would be interesting to see what organizations were responsible for various network blocks. So, I've started enumerating the whois space for the entire Internet, normalizing that information and making it available to the public. Additionally, I'm tying the allocated network blocks to SHODAN, so that one can query an organization's name and return a complete list of netblocks associated with that entity, then discover what service banners SHODAN has for that particular netblock.
Jason has been working in the IT industry for about 12 years, and specifically doing InfoSec for the past 9. Jason provides security consulting services, and, after hours, he performs malware research with a number of international organizations and runs the Rochester DefCon Group (DC585). Despite all that, Jason is most proud to be a husband, and a father to 4 wonderful sons.
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