Sunday Quicky #5: A Handy Bookmarklet for Analysis

I’m not going to lie, I hadn’t heard of bookmarklets until earlier this year at one of the SANS summits. They were quite the revelation. Their potential at automating collection and analysis of data was very obvious and very powerful. However, up until Today I hadn’t come across a compelling reason to make a bookmarklet. If you already know what bookmarklets are skip the next section to see what I made.

What are bookmarklets anyway?

Bookmarklets allow you to use javascript code in a bookmark in order to enable automation of some action. That’s a very brief summary and it’s not a whole deal more complicated than that but for a bigger explanation and a few more examples go visit this article on bookmarklets.

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