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  1. is the number one paste tool since 2002. Pastebin is a website where you can store text online for a set period of time.

  2. Pastebin Manager is an unofficial client for Log into multiple accounts, create, view, share and delete pastes. **** A account is highly recommended but not essential. **** This app contains ads to support the developer. Ads can be disabled. EVERYONE. Users Interact. Free+. Offers in-app purchases.

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    Web scraping is integral to cyber security and threat intelligence teams because it allows the extraction of data from publicly available sources — data that can then be processed in order to garner valuable insights such asinformation linked to security breaches, doxxing or personal information leaks, hacked financial data, stolen source code, and other cyber criminal activity. Scraping also makes it possible to keep track of the brand and reputation of a company, making it an effective step for keeping up with developing threats, major leaks of personal information etc.

    PasteBin is a website where users can store text online for a set period of time and share with literally anyone on the planet (as long as they are provided with a direct link to a paste, which is often randomly generated thus hard to guess without being given). It was borne from excessive user activity on the Internet Relay Chat (IRC), an instant messaging application launched in 1988. Think of it as a corkboard on the wall where notes are stuck for all to see. Codesharing directly in IRC channels (and other messaging applications) disrupts the flow of messages or can alter the code itself. Users require a third-party site where they can share plain text blocks as a link, allowing other users to easily access and edit it. Given the sheer amount of different paste sites that started to appear all over the place, including in the “deep web” that is not indexed by search engines, finding relevant pastes was a tedious and potentially dangerous task. So PasteBin was designed to allow it...

    Invariably, paste sites are also popular platforms for illegal activities. Bad actors often use free and unilaterally accessible platforms as C2 (command & control for botnets) hubs to spread malware orfor quick n’ easy places to dump sensitive informationas most of these platforms do not require any kind of login credentials. This goes well with reducing digital footprint, which is what the majority of hackers are after in order to avoid detection. Other common examples of illegal / shady content on PasteBin (and other paste websites) involve packed malware payloads, malicious shell scripts, commands to perform for infected hosts (essentially a way to use PasteBin as a C2 server), and leaked credentials and other sensitive information. In an attempt to prevent malicious usage, PasteBin does prohibit: 1. the posting of email addresses and password lists 2. login details 3. stolen source code 4. hacked data 5. copyrighted information and material 6. banking, credit card, or financial...

    Many security researchers contribute to the community as volunteers, often to improve their own knowledge and help make the Internet a safer place. Like most free online services, PasteBin has seemingly changed their monetization strategy, after all, these companies are not charities. However this is at odds with the InfoSec community, many of which don’t have the budget for buying access to “yet another API”. Of course, there are other paid “cyber intelligence services” which will continue to scrape sites such as PasteBin, and offer these as direct feeds to their customer base.

    Fortunately our data ingestion engines use both APIs and traditional scraping techniques, as official APIs do not always present all the available data. Thanks to a recent ruling on a legal dispute between LinkedIn and data analytics firms HiQ, it has been established that website scraping is not illegal. And in fact, it’s often the undocumented APIs, such as those which drive frontend applications, which yield the most cleanest data. This is often because frontend APIs are designed to reduce round-trips, so data queries are bundled together on the backend and sent in a large prefetch chunk. For any serious intelligence operation, collecting this data is the only option because the existing APIs on PasteBin did not offer sufficient features required for advanced usage.

    PasteBin has no doubt recognised the value in offering in-house search functionality which does not rely on Google Search. The removal of search functionality, which relied on Google Search and was not very good at archival, will likely not have much impact on the community as a whole. Deleted posts would eventually expire and searching for metadata, such as name or date range, was a difficult task. But they are several years late to the game, there are several dozen companies who have collected over a decades worth of data from many such sites, and they offer search capabilities over all of them in one platform.

    I’m part of the founding team at ZeroGuard, one of the many cyber intelligence companies operating in this space — gosh that sounds rather corporate, doesn’t it?!? But we’re quite special, because we solve all the hard data science problems for you — rather than presenting “yet another full text search platform” — although we offer that too! We have an extremely talented team of software engineers and data analysts who are constantly looking for new ways to enrich datasets and extract valuable intelligence. Our APIs offer broader data access than most other commercial offerings. It can also be used independently as a raw data source to support organizations with their existing threat intelligence tools. If you’re interested to learn more about how we solved some of these technical challenges, keep your eye out for our next podcast, where we will be sharing our journey to 6 trillion rows of data.

  4. is the number one paste tool since 2002. Pastebin is a website where you can store text online for a set period of time.

  5. is the number one paste tool since 2002. Pastebin is a website where you can store text online for a set period of time.

  6. Apr 06, 2016 · There's no parameter passing on the home page so the answer to question 1 is NO. There is however a search box in the top right of the webpage, so the answer to question 2 is YES. Try an XSS in the search box on the home page: <script>alert (123);</script>. Doing this gives us the following in the address bar:

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