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Anubis – Managing a growing, distributed infrastructure for Binary Analysis [Part II]

In part I of this blog post, I summarized how and why the Anubis system has grown into a not only virtually, but also physically distributed analysis service. In part II, I will explain how we tackled the problem of … Continue reading

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NATO RTO’091

Last week, I participated at the two-day NATO RTO symposium on Information Assurance and Cyber Defence in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Originally to be held in Antalya, Turkey, in April, the event was canceled due to the ash-crisis in … Continue reading

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Anubis – Managing a growing, distributed infrastructure for Binary Analysis [Part I]

As promised in the last blog-post, I will cover some of the internals of our analysis infrastructure for analyzing unknown binaries (Anubis) in a series of posts. With this article, I would like to make a start in that direction, … Continue reading

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News from the Anubis admins

More than three and a half years ago, the Anubis – Analyzing Unknown Binaries – service went online with the following, very first news entry: Friday, February 16th, 2007: We are online! First version of the homepage is online. The … Continue reading

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