The Graphoscope has been released

In the framework of the European Commission’s project Joint Threat Analysis Network (JTAN) CERT.LV has developed a tool to access multiple independent data sources from a common UI and show data relations as a graph. The Graphoscope has been published in GitHub on 9 December 2021.

From 1 July 2021 CERT.LV participates in the implementation of the European Commission project Joint Threat Analysis Network (JTAN). The project is planned to be implemented by 30 June 2024.

The overall goal of the JTAN project is to create a joint threat analysis network (JTAN). The network would be open to the European CSIRT (Computer Security Incident Response Team) cooperation group, which focuses on exchanging and analyzing intelligence on technical, operational and strategic threats.

Within the framework of the JTAN project, CERT.LV continues to work on the development and improvement of the Graphoscope software.

The Graphoscope is a tool to correlate data from different data sources and display it in a visual form. It is fully compatible and uses the data obtained using Pastelyzer, which was developed under the previously funded action: 2017-LV-IA-0058. The key features of Graphoscope include:

1) support for many data sources;
2) web-based interface and is not dependent on pre-installed databases;
3) easy deployment of the backend (implemented in Golang, no runtime dependencies);
4) interface provides flexible filters which facilitate analysis of large datasets.

The Graphoscope will be used by analysts to investigate heterogeneous intelligence sources available in JTAN.

The Graphoscope has been published in GitHub on 9 December 2021.
Free software available https://github.com/cert-lv/graphoscope.