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HLBR is an IPS (Intrusion Prevention System) that can filter packets in the OSI layer 2. Detection of malicious traffic is done by rules. It can even be used as bridge to honeypots. The HLBR is a firewall element and can use regular expressions.
swIMP (swig-based Interfaces for Mathematical Programming) provides Java wrappers for solvers written in C or C++. The current focus is on accessing OSI-compatible linear programming (LP) solvers from the Coin-OR-project (e.g. Clp, GLPK, MOSEK, CPLEX).
Version 3.0 ReleasedArcOSI is a Python based utility available for Unix or Windows that scrapes several trusted open source intelligence sites for known malicious IP's and domains and streams them into ArcSight CEF format via Syslog for use in your SIEM content. Usage: ./arcosi.py <CEF syslog dest>
Introductionpyosi allows you to use COIN-OR's Open Solver Interface, aka OSI, from python. What you'll be able to perform with pyosi is something like the following code: import pyOSItheSI = pyOSI.getOsiClp()#Read in an mps file. This one's from the MIPLIB library.theSI.readMps("p0033")#Solve the (relaxation of the) problemtheSI.initialSolve()#Check the solutionif ( theSI.isProvenOptimal() ): print "Found optimal solution!" print "Objective value is %f" % theSI.getObjValue() n = theSI.getNumCols
TBD. Note that this project is licensed under the Affero GPL (AGPLv3 ), an OSI-approved open source license. CreditsAs promised here, the winner of the naming contest of this project is Monica A. Adjemian, Intellectual Property Attorney, Los Angeles, CA,http://www.monicaadjemian.com
SimpleMulticast is a lightweight framework for developing java reliable and unreliable multicast applications, based on the protocol PTMF, a reliable transport protocol (level 4 of the OSI stack) multipoint, with a herarchical design based on local groups that help minimizing control flow and permit th grow of the numbers of participants to a high level.
"Protocolo de Transporte Multicast Fiable (PTMF)" is a framework for developing java reliable and unreliable multicast applications, based on the protocol PTMF, a reliable transport protocol (level 4 of the OSI stack) multipoint, with a herarchical design based on local groups that help minimizing control flow and permit th grow of the numbers of participants to a high level.