I also continued updating Events Ripper, which I've got to say, has proven (for me) time and again to be well worth the effort, and extremely valuable. As a matter of fact, within the last week or so, I've used Events Ripper to great effect, specifically with respect to MSSQLServer, not to "save my bacon", as it were, but to quickly illuminate what was going on on the endpoint being investigated.
For anyone who's followed me for a while, either via my blog or on LinkedIn or X, you'll know that I'm a fan of (to steal a turn of phrase from Jesse Kornblum) "using all the parts of the buffalo", particularly when it comes to LNK file metadata.
For next year, I'm working on an LNK parser that will allow you to automatically generate a bare-bones Yara rule for detecting other similar LNK files (if you have a repository from a campaign), or submitting as a retro-hunt to VirusTotal.
Finally, I'm working on what I hope to be the first of several self-published projects. We'll see how the first one goes, as the goal is to provide the foundation of other subsequent projects.
That being said, I hope everyone had a great 2023, and that you're looking forward to a wonderful 2024...even though for many of us, it's probably going to be April before we realize that we're writing 2023 on checks, etc.