Institut Eurecom: April 2011 Archives

The Wombat API (WAPI) is now available on sourceforge

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WAPI, or WOMBAT API, is a SOAP-based API built in the context of the project to facilitate the remote access and exploration of security-related datasets.

The package contains all the essential code to start using the WAPI. The WAPI represents an attempt to tackle two main challenges for security data providers:

- Many of the data access primitives are not easily scriptable. Many data sources provide web-based interfaces that, while easily accessible by human operators, are not convenient for automated analysis.

- The interfaces for security datasets are very diverse in structure and methodology. The analyst who wants to take advantage of multiple data sources to perform correlations among them is thus forced to implement ad-hoc plugins and parsers for each data feed. This process is not necessarily a simple task, and requires the analyst to fully understand, for example, the schema of the SQL database provided by the data owner.



You can find the package on sourceforge : http://sourceforge.net/projects/wombat-api/


More information and details on WAPI are available in the deliverable D10/D6.3.

Wombat Deliverable D18/D4.6 Final description of contextual features

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The objective of Workpackage 4 is to develop techniques to characterize the malicious
code that is collected in the previous workpackage. The main idea is to enrich the
collected code thanks to metadata that might reveal insights into the origin of the code
and the intentions of those that created, released or used it.
This deliverable is an extension of D15 (D4.5), and provides a final description of the
contextual features collected within the wombat consortium. Furthermore, it presents
initial results, statistics, and insights obtained by analyzing the collected contextual
features.

FP7-ICT-216026-Wombat_WP4-D18_V01_Final-Contextual-features.pdf

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