Wednesday, February 11, 2015 By Mike Schiffman
Abstract This article is the third in a multi-part blog series intended to introduce and acquaint the user with Farsight Security's NMSG suite. This article explores some of the low-level implementation details of the NMSG protocol including header composition and data encoding. Before reading this article, it is recommended that you read Farsight's Network Message, Volume 1: Introduction to NMSG and Farsight's Network Message, Volume 2: Introduction to nmsgtool. This article covers NMSG (protocol) version...Read more
Wednesday, February 4, 2015 By Mike Schiffman
The second in the introduction to NMSG series, this article introduces nmsgtool.Read more
Wednesday, January 28, 2015 By Mike Schiffman
The first in the introduction to NMSG series, this article introduces Farsight Security’s NMSG suite.Read more
Wednesday, January 7, 2015 By Joe St Sauver, Ph.D.
Passive DNS can help law enforcement and investigators reduce or eliminate the possibility of collateral damage, negative publicity, and costly settlements during their cyber investigations, thereby also helping to protect themselves.Read more