Ransomware has become really massive.
Really doesn't take long to find some industrial automation there.
It’s a great product and I’m continually amazed what the small team is able to accomplish.
What I wonder, being unfamiliar how it actually works (since I don't have an account) - is the fact that my public IP comes up with 'No information available' just that no paid user has scanned it, or does it mean that my firewall is set up correctly? (I do allow ICMP but that's all for non established/related packets).
This is the same data but a UI theme for nostalgic 90s internet users.
Also, what should I be looking for in my own logs to see who is scanning me and using what? 99% its stuff I'm not running (wordpress, mysql).
The “compromised” tag is only added after some confirmation of known malicious activity. I’m not sure what all that includes but I believe that can be things like 200 responses to known malware paths or a database reporting names used by common malware.
(I feel like that's a good representation for a booming echo effect.)
Makes me all nostalgic even though that genre wasn't identical back in the mid to late 80s/early 90s.
Vids are often featuring old sportcars from that era.
... probably biased because I was introducing a younger friend previously oblivious to the modscene† a couple of hours ago through 4-mat's phantasmagoria.ntii (which has loop hints) and jester's elysium and stardust memories, the latter of which the Dolby Headphones rendering is quite enjoyable††.
Some of these results look exploitable.
It's just a visual thing for Shodan hosts, after all. I don't think the service is finding any new devices, it's just showing random interesting devices from the Shodan database.
I'd guess scanning them yourself would be easier and faster, so if you want to invade some system, it's not adding anything for you.
I love it.