Tool and Usage
|Latest release||3.1 |
Why this tool?
AIL is a modular framework which helps to analyze potential information leaks. The framework is flexible and supports different kinds of data formats and sources. For example, one of the sources is the collection of pastes from Pastebin. A tool like AIL is commonly used to detect or even prevent data leaks.
How it works
AIL provides a web interface to configure and monitor data sources. When data comes in, it is parsed and processed. AIL includes support for different data formats from bank account numbers to source code. This information is displayed in the interface and can reviewed.
AIL can work together with other tools like MISP and TheHive.
Usage and audience
AIL framework is commonly used for data extraction, data leak detection, information leak detection, or security monitoring. Target users for this tool are security professionals.
- Command line interface
- Customization and additions are possible
- Tool is modular
- Web interface
Tool review and remarks
The review and analysis of this project resulted in the following remarks for this security tool:
- + More than 10 contributors
- + The source code of this software is available
Supported operating systems
AIL framework is known to work on Linux.
AIL framework alternatives
Similar tools to AIL framework:
Snallygaster is a security tool that looks for files on web servers that maybe shouldn't be public. Typical examples for such files include publicly accessible git repositories, backup files, database dumps, or configuration files.
SMBMap is a security tool that allows users enumerating Samba shares and can be used during security assessments. Read the review and how it works.
Pastemon is a utility to monitor texts that are placed on Pastebin, a popular paste tool to store information temporarily.
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