Excited about network forensics? You should be! Today marks the release of NetworkMiner 2.8.11, and it’s packed with new features that you won’t want to miss. We believe this update significantly boosts the toolkit for anyone working in cybersecurity, from pentesters to malware researchers.
What’s New in NetworkMiner 2.8.1?
Don’t you just love it when a software update actually brings something valuable to the table? Well, NetworkMiner 2.8.1 does just that.
Let’s delve into the fresh capabilities
VNC Desktop Graphics Extraction
Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is widely used for remote desktop management. NetworkMiner 2.8.1 now lets you extract VNC desktop graphics. Think of the edge this gives you in monitoring or investigating remote sessions!
njRAT Transfers and Screenshots
The infamous njRAT malware has been a thorn in the side of security pros. But now, you can capture njRAT transfers and screenshots. This makes it easier to understand what the attacker is up to.
IcedID Reverse VNC Graphics
IcedID is another malware that’s been wreaking havoc. The new version allows for the extraction of IcedID reverse VNC graphics, offering an in-depth look into this malicious software.
IcedID Reverse VNC Keylog
Yes, you read that right! Now, you can also capture the keystrokes from IcedID’s reverse VNC sessions. This is golden for any forensic investigation involving this malware.
BackConnect File Uploads
Ever wondered what files are being uploaded using BackConnect? Wonder no more. NetworkMiner 2.8.1 enables you to see these uploads, giving you a fuller picture of the cyber landscape.
NetworkMiner 2.8.1 is not just another update; it’s a significant upgrade that adds crucial functionalities for anyone in the cybersecurity field. We think this is an update you’d want to install right away. Share this news2 with your peers; it’s too good to keep to yourself!
Would you trust this tool for your cybersecurity tasks? We would, especially with these new features. So go ahead, update your NetworkMiner and step up your cybersecurity game!
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