Zeroharbor is a small group of people who are truly passionate about innovation in the information security research and development space with members based in North Virginia, California, and a few places in between. We are compromised of reverse engineers, developers, malware hunters, privacy & anonymity advocates who have come together with the common goal of researching emerging threats and developing systems to both investigate and protect against them. Through our combined years of experience, we strive to bring open and secure software, services, and research to security practioners, researchers, and every day users that will raise awareness on emerging threats, help protect against them, and allow for deeper analysis and intelligence.
We will be providing technical research and analysis of topical security threats; hosted and open source projects for malware analysis, security automation, and privacy; free public services for privacy such as Tor bridges and meta search engines; API consumable threat data acquired from an enriched and curated honeypot network pipeline; resource guides and knowledge bases, and more.
If you are interested in collaboration on a new project or want to contribute to an existing one, please feel free to visit our Github page or send us an email!