This release introduces a new module and data sources:
sfp_vuln: A number of services and researchers out there scan public-facing sites for vulnerabilities and publish them, or accept vulnerability submissions from security researchers. This module scans XSSposed.com and PunkSpider.org for mentions of your scan target (domain names and hostnames).
sfp_pastes: Previously only PasteBin was searched, but now Pastie and Notepad.cc have been added (thanks ShellCodeNoobx!)
sfp_malcheck: 8 new data sources were added and a couple stale ones removed.
It’s now possible to flag a data element as a False Positive in the UI once a scan has completed. The flag can be set/unset as needed, and you have the ability to filter out false positives from view. The node graph visualisations will also filter out false positives from view. NOTE: if you set an element as false positive, any data element that was generated from that element will also be flagged as false positive.
You can now scan by use case in addition to by module, or by required data. The use cases are Footprint and Investigate, but you can also scan with a use case of ‘All’ to simply scan for all available data.