[ISN] OWASP CodeSeeker - An Open Source Application Firewall and IDS

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Date: Thu Nov 21 2002 - 23:12:43 PST

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    The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) are pleased to annouce
    the imminent availability of CodeSeeker, an Application Level Firewall
    and Intrusion Detection System (AFWIDS) for Linux, Win32 and Solaris.
    CodeSeeker was donated to OWASP on November 19th by Butterfly Security.
    The Butterfly Security team will be continuing to manage this project
    and developing and enhancing Codeseeker as a community effort at OWASP.
    CodeSeeker is GPL and copyrighted to the FreeSoftware Foundation
    ensuring that it will always remain truly open source and free to
    everyone. This is a truly altruistic donation by Butterfly Security and
    we canąt thank them all enough
    CodeSeeker is written in Java and C/C++. It intercepts HTTP traffic off
    the stack (immediately after its been decrypted by SSL if its HTTPS),
    and applies a set of security rules to determine if the traffic is
    legitimate or malicious. CodeSeeker can either sit in a passive mode
    simply alerting your console of attacks (IDS) or in an active mode
    blocking traffic (firewall). You can see screenshots at
    Version 1.0 beta will be made available to developers and beta testers
    in December. If you are interested in joining this project as a
    developer and have Java or C skills then please join the CodeSeeker
    mailing list and introduce yourself.
    OWASP - http://www.owasp.org/
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