October 22nd, 2004
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OpenSIMS is an Open Source project that “provides a way for tying together the open source tools used for security management into a common infrastructure. It leads toward the development of new SIMS technologies that allow different networks using risk metrics to collaborate on attacker profiling and remediation.” Paco Nathan writes that “The reference implementation for this project is based on the Tomcat application server and other projects from the Apache Software Foundation. There is also a cross-platform AgentSDK that interfaces with other security components, and a real-time animated Flash GUI. So far, that code has been tested on Gentoo, RedHat, Fedora, and Debian, with Mac OS X and FreeBSD currently in testing.” [Link to OpenSIMS – The Open Source Security Infrastructure Management System]

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