Boston Linux & UNIX was originally founded in 1994 as part of The Boston Computer Society. We meet on the third Wednesday of each month at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Building E51.

BLU Speaker: Josh Abraham

Josh Abraham , Northeastern University - jabra ccs neu edu

About Josh Abraham

Joshua Abraham is a 4th year Computer Science student at Northeastern University, where he has been doing research on Network Mapping tools. Joshua also works with the Volunteer System Group, where he is one of the Administrators of the Linux Project. He was in charge of the Intrusion Detection System and network monitoring at "Capture the Flag", the Volunteer Group's security contest this year. He has also worked as an IT Security Professional. Joshua works on many other projects, one of which is PBNJ, a network scanning suite connected to his current research. In his spare time, Joshua codes, tests, and generally researches many different aspects of the security field. He has written numerous howto's and other forms of documentation for popular security tools, like Snort, and FreeBSD. He has also given presentations regarding UNIX security.

Event

  1. 2007-01-17 - Dynamic Network Mapping (PBNJ + Nmap)

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