Ultimate Signal Sniffing Predator

What is the Cybotic (aka) Predator

CyBotic is an Ultimate Signal Sniffing Predator, which has build in five core functionality's

Air defence system: Cybot predator scan and detect: Flights, Helicopters, Drones-(which I am still working on), Weather stations etc

Sea defence system: Able to detect Ships, Luxury Yachts-(which I am still working on) determine locations, speed and destinations

Land defence system: Detect all kind of IOT devices, Including IoT connected cars

SIEM / WAF - Application Security: Intercept Network traffics and loaded with —multiple SIEM services, Network Security, 3 different Firewalls, Intrusion Detection / Prevention, Botnet, DDoS Protection were able to drop incoming attack packets, detect Mobile Devices and run security scan on them, also, able to run multiple internal Endpoint Detections & which is loaded with many more Industrial Control Security tools.

WiFi Defences 2.4 Ghz 5Ghz: WiFi Broadcast on WPA2 & AES: The IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) protocol contains the provision for a deauthentication framework -able to broadcast multi different BSSID at one time, run De-Athentication attacks, auto clone BSSIDs also detect any type of DeAuth attack on the business infrastructures (The deauthentication frame is sent by one station to another station when it wishes to terminate communications. When we manually disconnect from the AP, we can see three dauth packet after restarting AP three times as shown in figure 1. By using aireplay we have sent one deauth packet but on Wireshark, we captured 256 frames.).


Technical White Paper

Technical WhitePaper describing how a CyBotic Predator technology is solving sophisticated Cyber security problems. There isn't a “one-size-fits-all” solution to cybersecurity. The ultimate signal sniffing predator is Real-time intelligence is a powerful tool for preventing and containing cyber attacks.

The longer it takes to identify a hack, the more costly its consequences. Anti-hacker Insurance An emerging trend is anti-hacker insurance, or cyber-insurance. Its scope varies across providers, but typically protects against security breaches and losses. Insurers typically limit their capacity to between $5 million and $100 million per client. As of October 2016, only 29% of US business had purchased cyber-insurance. However, the overall cyber-insurance market is estimated to be $20 billion by 2025, up from $3.25 billion today. Insurers are bullish, estimating that premiums will triple over the next few years. (I will publish Whitepaper soon)

Cybersecurity Solutions Require a Multi-pronged Approach


Actionable Threat Intelligence

Cybersecurity Challenges