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Certstreamcatcher

Catching phishing by observing certificate transparency logs. This tool is based on regex with effective standards for detecting phishing sites in real time using certstream and can also detect punycode (IDNA) attacks such as https://www.ṁyetḣerwallet.com.

Demo

Installation

$ cd /opt/
$ git clone https://github.com/6IX7ine/certstreamcatcher.git
$ cd certstreamcatcher
$ npm install

npm package

To install certstreamcatcher using npm run:

npm install --save certstreamcatcher

Try on npm runkit

This is a playground to test certstreamcatcher

https://npm.runkit.com/certstreamcatcher

Usage

The certstreamcatcher is extremely simple, all you have to do is to import the library certstreamcatcher and certstream register the callback and call certstreamClientPhishing and pass the callback parameter to certstreamClientPhishing.

const certstreamcatcher = require('certstreamcatcher'); 
const certstream = require("certstream");

const regex = /(wellsfargo|paypal|login|sign-in|secure|update|money|sslsecure|amazon)/gi; # Keywords

const tlds = ['.io','.gq','.ml','.cf','.tk','.xyz','.pw','.cc']; # tlds 

var client = new certstream(function(certstream) {  
	certstreamcatcher.certstreamClientPhishing(certstream, regex, tlds, {tlds: true});
});

client.connect();

To execute the program save the above code and execute with the command:

$ node certstreamcatcher.js

Phishing

Phishing


Phishing

Donations

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