Randal T. Rioux
randy at ...13561...
Mon Mar 26 00:35:38 EDT 2012
dPacket.org is also no more (Bivio was one of the sponsors). I'm
starting to get paranoid. Is there anything still active for DPI in the
open source realm?
On 3/25/2012 11:30 PM, Kiet Tran wrote:
> Hi all;
> The source code for OpenDPI is still available. iPoque's PACE is the
> original publisher of OpenDPI source code. PACE is software with more
> optimized for speed and memory footprint.
> I had tested out OpenDPI 1.3.0 and reviewed some of this version
> source code. I did see some areas can be greatly optimized.
> The google link presented was just a bad link. Try this URL for
> downloading the code. Happy deep-inspecting!
> On 3/25/2012 7:51 AM, Jaime Nebrera wrote:
>> Hi Marcos,
>> OpenDPI played a dual licensing schema since day 1. OpenDPI was open
>> sourced but PACE, their commercial version capable of detecting
>> encrypted applications wasn't
>> iPoque was acquired recently and guess they changed their strategy
>> Enviado desde mi iPhone
>> El 25/03/2012, a las 08:08, Marcos Rodriguez
>> <marcos.e.rodriguez at ...11827... <mailto:marcos.e.rodriguez at ...11827...>>
>>> Hiya Randy,
>>> It appears they closed the source and created a product
>>> here: http://www.ipoque.com/en/products/pace-network-analysis-with-deep-packet-inspection
>>> Interesting. Too bad I never got to play around with that.
>>> On Sun, Mar 25, 2012 at 1:26 AM, Randal T. Rioux
>>> <randy at ...13561... <mailto:randy at ...13561...>> wrote:
>>> Yeah I know, not Snort. But somewhat related ;-)
>>> Does anyone know what became of this project? It seems to have sadly
>>> been abandoned:
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