Using PublicWWW effectively means understanding a bit about source and a lot about how to find the data you are interested in it. Whether you want to employ the search engine as a part of a marketing strategy to find new leads, as a threat researcher to track down phishing or malicious activity; or, just to research the technologies that bind website together, if you don't know HOW to do it, you will waste a ton of time re-blazing trails and going down rabbit holes.
This course take away that issue by showing you how to use PublicWWW and its tools as well as how to do so efficiently. Learn to grab the right tool in PublicWWW's toolbox to meet your needs and find that data that is eluding you. In this course, expect to:
Find websites that will be the new leads you need for your sales funnel
Segment and organize prospects and competitors
Curate lists of technologies that are the cornerstone of successful (or not) websites
Perform market research and analysis
Research within the tech industry
For the more Threat Intelligence minded, this course has:
Techniques and examples on how to find and detect phishing sites
Find vulnerable Internet technologies an the websites that use them
Find malicious scripts, malware, or criminal infrastructure
Set your expectations to learn everything about PublicWWW -- what's on the surface and a little of what's behind the scenes. To make the snippets of code it provides come alive, you will learn how to craft regular expressions to craft a view that only contains what you want -- or the sky, if you desire. Additionally, not only is PublicWWW covered, but so too is a list of enriching and assisting tools that help you clarify, build on, or remove false positives from the information you glean.
Its a packed course. If you look in source code or perform risk or threat research, this is one tool and course you should not miss.
Expert Cybersecurity Training, from an Experienced Pro
4.9 Instructor Rating
Monty is a security professional with more than two decades of experience in threat intelligence, digital forensics, malware analytics, quality services, software engineering, development, IT/informatics, project management and training. He is an ISO 17025 laboratory auditor and assessor, reviewing and auditing 40+ laboratories. Monty is also a game designer and publisher who has authored more than 24 products and 35 editorial works.