Threat hunting is a popular topic these days, and there are a lot of people who want to get started but don’t know how. What should they hunt for? How should they perform the hunts? What data will they need to collect?
On the other hand, there are a lot of individuals out there who have written blog posts, conference presentations or whatever that detail some of their favorite hunting procedures. The problem is that these procedures are scattered all over the Internet, and are sometimes hard to find.
That’s why the ThreatHunting Project exists. Here you will find links to a number of different published hunting procedures. It my hope that this will give you some concrete starting points, or if you are an experienced hunter, help you find additional techniques to add to your repertoire.