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DRG (Dragon Research Group) Distro available for general release

Published: 2010-01-14
Last Updated: 2010-01-14 19:13:34 UTC
by Bojan Zdrnja (Version: 1)
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The Dragon Research Group is a volunteer research organization dedicated to further understanding of online criminality and to provide actionable intelligence for the benefit of the entire Internet community.

About the distro:
The Dragon Research Group (DRG) Distro is a Linux-based Live CD platform. It forms the cornerstone of much of DRG's ongoing research, analysis and development efforts.  The goal of the DRG Distro is to build a DRG Network of pods that can securely and anonymously help provide actionable intelligence to the Internet security community.  The DRG Distro can act as a passive data collection facility for many common applications such as HTTP servers or if expressly permitted, can help actively monitor malicious Internet activity.  It also includes a number of tools that when combined with the DRG Network help provide real-time, usable intelligence to the local pod partner.

So, if you are interested in volunteering to participate in the DRG network and help provide intelligence for "better and safer Internet" visit DRG's web site at http://drg.team-cymru.org/. Details about the Distro are available at http://drg.team-cymru.org/drg-distro.html

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Bojan

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