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Félix Lehoux


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Drugs, Guns, Fake documents, Hitmen... What I expected and much more!

This is the continuity of my first blog post How I Indexed the Darknet and Pastebin During My First University Internship. The GoSecure Torscraper was developed about 1 year ago. Due to a few issues, the entirety of the project was dockerized to simplify the installation procedure (~4-8 lines instead of 4 pages of documentation) and to automate the whole scraping process. With this upgrade, it makes the tool easier to use by everyone. Once the project was dockerized, I started analyzing the collected data and it goes without saying that it was the most interesting part of this project.

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Topics: Research, darknet, threat-intelligence

How I Indexed the Darknet and Pastebin During My First University Internship

[Ed: And all I got is this lousy t-shirt]

This blog is the outcome of my 4 months of internship at GoSecure. This research internship was goal oriented and I had to pick out of 5 different research projects. I selected a topic I knew little about in order to challenge myself: crawling and indexing data. Here, I will describe two internal projects that we have developed to gather all kinds of interesting and valuable data. The first project aimed at gathering data on .onion sites—known as the Darknet—while the second one focused at gathering data on sites like Pastebin, GitHub’s gists and Dumpz. Besides this blog, I will present with Olivier Bilodeau these two projects at an academic law enforcement conference later in June.

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Topics: Research, darknet, tool, leaks, pentest

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