Mitaka is an OSINT friendly browser extension which can extract & refang IoC from a block of text and Search / scan it on various engines.
Supported IOC types
|hash||md5 / sha1 / sha256|
|gaPubID||Google Adsense Publisher ID|
|gaTrackID||Google Analytics Tracker ID|
Supported search engines
You can enable / disable a search engine via the extension’s options.
Supported scan engines
|Urlscan||https://urlscan.io||ip / domain / url|
- Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/mitaka/bfjbejmeoibbdpfdbmbacmefcbannnbg
- FireFox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/mitaka/
How to use
This browser extension shows context menus based on a type of IoC you selected and then you can choose what you want to search / scan on.
Please set your urlscan.io & VirusTotal API keys in the options page for enabling urlscan.io & VirusTotal scans.
You can enable / disable a search engine on the options page based on your preference.
This browser extension requires the following permissions.
Read and change all your data on the websites you visit:
- This extension creates context menus dynamically based on what you select on a website.
- It means this extension requires reading all your data on the websites you visit. (This extension doesn’t change anything on the websites)
- This extension makes a notification when something goes wrong.
I don’t (and will never) collect any information from the users.
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How to build (for developers)
TypeScript files will start out in
git clone https://github.com/ninoseki/mitaka.git cd mitaka npm install npm run test npm run build
For loading an unpacked extension, please follow the procedures described at https://developer.chrome.com/extensions/getstarted.