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Implement a Java detector for the Multi-Agent Ranking framework

MARk Java

In previous blog posts we showed how to inject a stream of data in the Multi-Agent Ranking framework, and how to use the built-in detectors to produce a ranking. This time we show how to implement your own detection algorithms.

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Continuous Deployment with GitLab and Kubernetes

GitLab Kubernetes

If you have a web application, with the appropriate Dockerfile, you can now go the next step and use GitLab to automatically deploy your application to a kubernetes cluster. Here is how...

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MARk : Use built-in detectors

MARk

Now that you have a running MARk server, with data flowing in, you can use the provided algorithms to build your detection chain.

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Getting started with MARk : create a PHP data injector

MARk PHP

The Multi-Agent Ranking framework (MARk) aims to provide all the building blocks that are required to build large scale detection and ranking systems. For this blog post we will use docker and docker-compose to run a MARk server, then we will use PHP and composer to inject data in the framework.

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Multi-Agent Ranking framework version 2 is out

MARk

This week we released a new major version of the Multi-Agent Ranking framework (MARk). This version brings two main changes:

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Email (in)security

Offensive Security

Sending emails relies mainly on SMTP, the Simple Mail Transfert Protocol. This protocol is actually quite old: the first traces date back from the 70's, and the first standardisation took place in 1982 (RFC 821). It is primarily a very simple and insecure protocol, although multiple additional protocols have developed to protect emails and avoid SPAM. In this blog post we review these different protection mechanisms.

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Install Volatility on Debian, Ubuntu & Mint

Sysadmin Forensics

In this blog post we show how to install the latest (GIT) version of Volatility memory forensics framework on Debian, Ubuntu or Mint.

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Compute code coverage for a multi-module maven project with Jacoco

Java

In a previous blog post, we showed how to use Jacoco to check the code coverage of your tests in a maven Java project. If your project is substantial, you will have multiple maven modules. So how can we compute the global code coverage?

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Test your Laravel project with GitLab

PHP Laravel GitLab

So you have a Laravel project, and as a good programmer you are using GitLab to manage your code, and you started implementing some phpunit tests. But how to run these tests in GitLab?

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Measure ambient temperature with TEMPer and Linux

Sysadmin

TEMPer is a temperature sensor that you can plug on the USB port of your computer or server. You can find it online for less than 10 euro, so it is quite cheap, but it is actually very accurate. And here is how to use it on a Linux system.

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Compute the code coverage of your tests with java and maven

Java

So you have a java project, and Junit tests. But which lines of your code are correctly tested, and more importantly, which lines are not tested?

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Build a bare-metal kubernetes cluster

Kubernetes

kubernetes is a very powerful system, with a lot of available plugins to handle different situations. That's why tools like minikube exist that handle the whole configuration for you. In this blog post we show you how it works under the hood, and how to manually configure a kubernetes cluster.

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