Hello @XavierGaming !Recommendations:
1. Batch scanning, a method of scanning multiple URLs at once.
2. Integration of Hybrid Analysis (https://www.hybrid-analysis.com/).
3. IP resolver for further analysis, report, and prevention for 3rd party programs.
4. Adoption of Material design.
5. Complete conversion of project as it is written in Java.
6. Logging as well as the ability to clear logs.
Overall, this is something I would want to use for webpage analysis. Excellent program, @Jo Man!
EDIT: Is it possible to have this program run in some form of sandbox or appcontainer and analyze the webpage using cloud as well as some sort of HIPS/BB/Heuristics detection? If so, that would be one excellent and useful feature to have.
You can run it on a sandbox, yes, I think there wouldn't be any problems, the application would use the internal engine of JM Web Filter, but it would connect also to the submitting database site.EDIT: Is it possible to have this program run in some form of sandbox or appcontainer and analyze the webpage using cloud as well as some sort of HIPS/BB/Heuristics detection? If so, that would be one excellent and useful feature to have.
@Jo Man, Thank you for clearing out my misconceptions about this software.Hello @XavierGaming !
Interesting suggestions indeed, I will think about them, anyway the software is not written in Java, it doesn't require it.
About the GUI I'm already thinking to make some graphic adjustments; and about the logs, I didn't understand what you mean. About Hybryd Analysis I don't want to use any external database, I only use the internal engine of JM Web Filter and M1 Anti-Phishing database, and in the future releases I will make some improvements about the scan engine.
Thanks for feedback
If you want to know more about the future releases, please PM me.
Ok, I will provide the history logs for the next release (1.0.2)@Jo Man, Thank you for clearing out my misconceptions about this software.
As for the logs, what I meant is like a history of your webpage scanning. For example I scanned dozens of URLs and I want to find my history of scanning. I open up a log and it will say something like:
JM Web Filter logs:
somerandommaliciouswebsite1.com - 127.0.0.1 - Malicious
somelegitwebsite1.com - 127.0.0.1 - Legit
somelegitwebsite2.com - 127.0.0.1 - Legit
somelegitwebsite3.com - 127.0.0.1 - Legit
somerandommaliciouswebsite2.com - 127.0.0.1 - Malicious
somelegitwebsite4.com - 127.0.0.1 - Legit
Random error 092231x3132
This log may be opened by the user for more analysis and history viewing especially if you add the batch scanning.
A clever use of this is also to send these logs to your sever (If you have one hosted) and analyze errors and websites if there were any changes or so.
I hope you continue to improve your software more, @Jo Man.