In several cases the research carried out by InfoSanity Research has resulted in custom code to help with a particular problem. Where possible the results of this work are released to the public, in the hope that the work can be of use to other parties and in some small way help help advance the infosec community. However, warning is given that each tool was developed to tackle a particular problem encountered by the InfoSanity team, who aren’t dedicated programmers, at best each tool should be considered a beta release.
If you find something useful let us know, same if you find a bug (there will be many) and if you can think of anyway to improve the tools definitely feel free to contribute additions. Full credit will be given along with plenty of thanks.