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PasteHunter is a python3 application that is designed to query a collection of sites that host publicly pasted data. For all the pastes it finds it scans the raw contents against a series of Yara rules looking for information that can be used by an organisation or a researcher.

Its a tool I created almost 2 years ago, but its still finding sensitive data being posted to pastebin and other sites, Either deliberately by bad guys or accidentally by people who do not know any better. 

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It also comes with Slack, SMS and email alerting for detected rules

 

Some links to some useful info:

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