Our paper archive contains papers and Tech Reports concerning the application, use, and future of information security. Papers and Tech Reports are browsable by various criteria, and Tech Reports are available for download in both PDF and Postscript formats.
ReAssure is a platform for running potentially destructive experiments (e.g., malware, experimental protocols, etc.), consisting of 21 dual Athlon 64 machines running VMWare. Users can upload their own virtual machines or select from a library of publicly-available images, and use them to create a contained network for running experiments. All the software developed for the project is available as open source.
Today’s learners need to feel supported and have control of their learning. They need to be inspired. In the world of information security, technology may change, but human beings—and the learning experience—remain the same. Our learning products range from traditional print materials to high-quality videos to self-paced multimedia with multiple paths and multiple representations to allow for multiple methods of learning.
INFORMS is an interactive tool for collaboration and partnerships for faculty, industry leaders, and students. INFORMS members may establish a profile, post inquiries, and secure information related to their own preferences.
Established in 1994, the CERIAS FTP archive was the first information security repository of its kind. As it did then, the CERIAS FTP archive contains software, standards, tools, and other material related to information security.
CERIAS mirrors several open-source operating systems as a service to the Purdue community and the security community at large. Currently we offer FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Ubuntu, Slackware, Debian and Gentoo.
This tool allows you to create saved profiles of the services and applications running on your networks, typical (standard configurations) hosts or important hosts. Cassandra can then notify you by email of new vulnerabilities relevant to your profiles.
CERIAS operates a number of NTP time servers. For details about these servers visit http://ntp.cerias.purdue.edu