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Welcome Odle

Importing scan data has been a long standing thorn in our side. To decouple the import process and encourage new import formats I authored a Ruby gem named odle(rubygem). odle takes XML data from various security tools and outputs their JSON equivalent. The goal is to be (1) simple, (2) fast, and (3) work on many platforms with only one dependency – nokogiri. Serpico now supports odle as a means of importing scan data.

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Migrating Support to Slack

Over the past few months the team has been migrating Serpico support away from IRC and over to Slack. If you’d like access to the Slack channel please e-mail support –at___ serpicoproject.com or consider purchasing an individual license. As of today, the IRC channel will no long be a monitored platform for support.

Visit Us At Blackhat Arsenal 2017

We are presenting at Arsenal BlackHat USA 2017. If you’re at BlackHat next week stop by and check out these new features in action. We’ll be at the Arsenal track on Thursday, July 27th from 10:00am-11:20am.

Serpico Gets Risk Matrix Reporting

In the last few weeks thanks to contributors and the Serpico team members’ updates, new report types have been added to the framework. One of the recent additions was the Risk Matrix scoring submitted by geckom.

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Welcome RubyZip

Since the beginning Serpico has used ZipRuby for the Zip library. It’s done a sufficient job but it is a mess to install on Windows. Gathering up our technical debt

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