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26 February 2019

SPARTA is a new Cybersecurity Competence Network supported by Europe’s H2020 Program. It aims to coordinate and develop the implementation of high-level research and innovation in digital security, in order to strengthen the strategic autonomy of the European Union. The SPARTA consortium assembles, for the first time, 44 actors from more than 14 Member States, bringing together the expertise of different kind of stakeholders, be they research institutes, private organisations or national authorities, including ANSSI.

Be part of ANSSI’s new « Guide to develop secure applications with Rust »

8 February 2019

Rust is an open source programming language which combines security, modernity and performance. As well, it is gradually being adopted in a large number of projects. To support developers, ANSSI offers a new "Guide to develop secure applications with Rust". This guide is intended to be a living document and it’s open to all contributions from the community. The object of this document is to provide hints and recommendations for secure applications development using the Rust programming language, that allow users to benefits of the good level of trust the Rust language already provides.

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Publications


Configuration recommendations of a gnu/linux system

22 February 2019

GNU/Linux distributions are highly heterogeneou, the control of the system platform is a complex task; expertise becomes really necessary as the number of services and servers increases. However, some hardening measures can be implemented based on the expected security level, which will depend on the sensitivity of the data handled or hosted by the system […]

AmCache Analysis

21 January 2019

Frequently overlooked and understudied, this database is rarely fully exploited when doing incident response. Indeed, its correct interpretation is complex: a lot of special cases can occur that have to be taken into account when performing an analysis. However, the information collected by the AmCache is extremely useful and the lack of awareness about this […]

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