ClamAV Community, This notice is to inform you that effective immediately ClamAV 0.95 (and all minor versions) is no longer supported in accordance with ClamAV's EOL policy which can be found here: https://github.com/vrtadmin/clamav-faq/blob/master/faq/faq-...
A new preprocessor is included with Snort that, in conjunction with the OpenAppID detector content package, gives Snort the capability to identify the applications and measure the traffic per application. The initial detector package contains logic to iden...
- Cisco Systems, Inc.Open Source Manager and Threat Intelligence Team Lead, 2005 - present
Joel Esler is a Senior Research Engineer and the OpenSource Community Manager at Sourcefire. After six years of service in the United States Army as a Communications Engineer, Joel continued to work for the Department of Defense as a Security Analyst for the Regional Computer Emergency Response Team — South. Joel was initially brought on the team as a Network Security Analyst, where he excelled at in-depth packet and network forensic analysis. Joel’s expertise allowed him to be selected to lead the Computer Defense and Information Assurance Branch of the RCERT-S. Which held him responsible for many aspects of Vulnerability Scanning, IDS Deployment, and Snort Rule creation for the Army.
Joel left the RCERT-S to work for Sourcefire, Inc; where he is primarily responsible for the coordination of the OpenSource Projects with the communities, writing Snort Detection and ClamAV Detection for Immunet and ClamAV inside the VRT. Joel is also an Incident Handler for SANS at the Internet Storm Center.