How do we use our beloved smartphones? To answer this question, the Trust@FHH
group has developed the FHH Device Analyzer app for Android.
The purpose is to collect both static and dynamic data on Android based
smartphones. We aim to use this data to train an Intrusion Detection System
that is currently in development.
Talk given at the TCG Members Meeting 2012, Madrid
Prof. Dr. Josef von Helden from the Trust@FHH team gave a talk on our current Research projects and developments of our Open Source software within the scope of IF-MAP at the Trusted Computing Group Members Meeting in Madrid, Spain on June 20th 2012. He also demonstrated some of our software in a (scripted) live demo. The talk is available as a free download within our Publications section.
02 Jul 2012
First version of a demonstration environment of our iron*-software released
Today we released the first version of a Trust@FHH iron demonstration environment. The environment consists of a Virtual Box Appliance that holds a Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 32bit system with X-server, GNOME and Virtual Box guest additions, as well as some of our iron software in a “ready-to-use” state. The iron software that comes along is:
some scripts for use with ifmap-cli
a how_to.txt residing on the Desktop
The username and password are both “irondemo”.
As this is the first version, we are really glad for any feedback regarding things that won’t work at all or don’t work as you would expected them.
The appliance can be found in our Downloads section.
We have published our second YouTube video. This time, it covers the latest version 0.4.0 of our IF-MAP visualization client irongui. Enjoy!
08 Jun 2012
irongui 0.4.0 released
The new version 0.4.0 of irongui is now available. Changes include
irongui is now limited to one subscription to avoid confusion of metadata from multiple subscriptions
added menu panel
new icons for dialogs
inks on logos readded
some minor fixes
Please visit the downloads section to grab the binary or source archives. Please keep in mind that irongui is a prototype implementation. There are likely a number of bugs in it that we are not aware of. Please let us know if you encounter any issues.
06 Jun 2012
ironvas 0.0.5 released
The new version 0.0.5 of our IF-MAP 2.0 client ironvas has been released today and is available for download. The new release includes the following changes:
ironvas as a Subscriber:
ironvas subscribes to request-for-investigation metadata in the MAPS
ironvas creates new targets and tasks for new devices in OpenVAS and starts them
ironvas deletes tasks/targets when request-for-investigation metadata is removed in the MAPS
Certificate based authentication
Supports a configurable filter mechanism to publish vulnerabilites based on their CVE significance values
Supports PublishUpdate- and PublishNotify-operations to publish vulnerabilities to the MAPS
Some bug fixes
In the near future we will also upload a new video to our Youtube account with a little demonstration of the new subscription features.
If you have any comments or questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
05 Jun 2012
VisITMeta was presented at the 6th ESUKOM Workshop in Nuremberg