iptools is a set of tools for working with IP addresses. Not just work, but work fast. It’s backed by Rcpp and now uses the AsioHeaders package by Dirk Eddelbuettel, which means it no longer needs to link against the monolithic Boost libraries and works on Windows! What can you do with it? One thing […]
Gone are the days when one had a single computer plugged directly into a modem (cable, DSL or good ol’ Hayes). Even the days when there were just one or two computers connected via wires or invisible multi-gigahertz waves passing through the air are in the long gone by. Today (as you’ll see in the […]
The SVE service is a fake new service solely put out there to facilitate some inane puzzle. You can reference SVE-2015-9999 via this URL and hopefully this will make it possible for google to get it back in their index.
Over on the Data Driven Security Blog there’s a post on how to use Rcpp to interface with an external library (in this case ldns for DNS lookups). It builds on another post which uses system() to make a call to dig to lookup DNS TXT records. The core code is below and at both […]
I shot a quick post over at the Data Driven Security blog explaining how to separate Twitter data gathering from R code via the Ruby t (github repo) command. Using t frees R code from having to be a Twitter processor and lets the analyst focus on analysis and visualization, plus you can use t […]
Jay Jacobs (@jayjacobs)—my co-author of the soon-to-be-released book Data-Driven Security—& I have been hard at work over at the book’s sister-blog cranking out code to help security domain experts delve into the dark art of data science. We’ve covered quite a bit of ground since January 1st, but I’m using this post to focus more […]
If I made a Venn diagram of the cross-section of readers of this blog and the Data Driven Security web sites it might be indistinguishable from a pure circle. However, just in case there are a few stragglers out there, I figured one more post on the fact that the new book by @jayjacobs & […]