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About the Author:

Yiannis Kakavas is a security researcher for the InfoSec Institute, a Greek information security enthusiast, and a graduate student in Information and Communication Systems Security M.Sc. in the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) , Sweden.

Kakavas holds a Dipl. Eng. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from National Technical University of Athens and is currently conducting his M.Sc. thesis in the area of Critical Information Security in Technishe Universitat Darmstadt.

He is interested in a wide variety of sub-areas in Information Security , primarily in web application security, penetration testing, privacy issues in social networking platforms and Critical Infrastructure Protection.

He is the author of 'cree.py', the geolocation information aggregator and communicates his thoughts through his blog (http://diveintoinfosec.wordpress.com). You can follow him on Twitter @ilektrojohn.

Creepy, the Geolocation Information Aggregator

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What is Creepy ?
So what is Creepy actually and how does it come into the “Geolocation” picture ? Creepy is a geolocation information aggregation tool. It allows users to […]