NSA GitHub
June 21, 2017
Adeel Khan (32 articles)
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NSA GitHub

 

National Security Agency (NSA) has officially joined GitHub and has launched an official GitHub page.

GitHub is an online repository where you can share source code for a lot of applications and services. NSA will be sharing 32 different projects as a part of their NSA Technology Transfer Program (TTP).

Projects published

  • Certificate Authority Situational Awareness (CASA): A tool that identifies unexpected and prohibited Certificate Authority certificates on Windows systems
  • Control Flow Integrity: A hardware-based method for preventing memory corruption exploitations
  • GRASSMARLIN: Provides network situational awareness of ICS and SCADA networks to support network security
  • OpenAttestation: Verifies system integrity
  • RedhawkSDR: A software-defined radio (SDR) framework to support the development, deployment, and management of real-time software radio applications

The full list of the projects can be found here and the GitHub page.

Source: http://thehackernews.com/2017/06/nsa-github-projects.html