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Markus Kont

Markus is a threat researcher and software engineer at Stamus Networks. In this role, he is focused on threat intelligence, data science and engineering, and backend research and development. Before joining Stamus Networks, Markus spent over 5 years as a technology researcher in the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Center of Excellence, where he specialized in monitoring and intrusion detection, and conducted classroom trainings for Suricata and Moloch. Prior to that he worked as a server administrator for Estonian hosting and software development company. Markus holds a Master of Science degree in Cyber Security and has published several academic papers while pursuing a PhD.
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Recent Posts

GopherCap Packet De-duplication

A while back I wrote a blog post about a packet filtering subcommand I implemented into GopherCAP....

GopherCAP Update: PCAP Filtering and SMB Lateral Detection Research

Re-Introduction to PCAP Replay and GopherCAP

A while back we introduced GopherCAP, a simple tool...

Live at CyberShock - Data Mining TLS Network Traffic

On 6 October 2021, I’ll be giving a talk entitled “Data Mining TLS Network Traffic.” This is...

Introducing GopherCAP: Powerful PCAP Replay

Historically, we have used tcpreplay with predetermined PPS options for replaying PCAP files. It is...