March 8th, 2014 Posted by -
First off, we’d like to thank everyone for their continued use of our projects and products here at Sourcefire, now a part of Cisco. We love making great software, and we love for you to use it and contribute back. It’s been a great transition so far into the Cisco community, and recently, we held an Open Source Community Meeting at RSA, and we’d like to provide the content out to our Open Source user (Read more...)
March 6th, 2014 Posted by -
February 22nd, 2014 Posted by -
In an upcoming release, we are planning on introducing OpenSSL as a dependency to ClamAV. We wanted to get this out to the community for any feedback that could be provided in order for everyone to understand why we are doing it. So first, I’ll cover a few reasons we are planning to introduce it, then outline some Pros and Cons:
- Performance. OpenSSL has code optimized for many platforms. In several tests that we’ve performed, we’ve averaged (Read more...)
February 20th, 2014 Posted by -
After a lot of hard work by our teams, and with RSA just a few days away, we are proud to announce that along with Cisco and Sourcefire’s corporate teams being present at RSA, and for the first time we will also be holding an Open Source Community Meeting!
Matt Watchinski (Director of the Vulnerability Research Team) and myself, Joel Esler, (Open Source Manager) will be presenting on the state of our Open Source projects at Sourcefire, (Read more...)
February 18th, 2014 Posted by -
I am pleased to announce the creation of a new ClamAV signatures contribution program. My name is Alain Zidouemba and I will be managing this program.
If you would like to submit a ClamAV signature, you may do so by emailing community-sigs [at] lists [dot] clamav [dot] net. We will require that each signature:
- not be a hash-based signature- be accompanied by a MD5/SHA1/SHA256 for a sample the signature is meant to detect.- come with a (Read more...)