Alan - A post exploitation framework

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  • Sojobo

    A binary analysis framework

    I know the open-source Armitage project, but I'm not quite sure what you mean, since it is a different project. I said that I'm in the same position because neither all my projects are closed source too (https://github.com/enkomio/Sojobo, https://github.com/enkomio/sacara, https://github.com/enkomio/anathema, https://github.com/enkomio/shed, https://github.com/enkomio/s4tanic0d3). The main difference that I see is that Armitage had much more visibility. Don't get me wrong, I'm not discrediting Armitage, it is a nice project that was able to fulfill an existing gap with a perfect time-to-market. So, if I understood correctly, even if we both released open source projects without any hidden malicious intent, I don't deserve trust because I didn't release a project with a good visibility, am I correct?

  • sacara

    Sacara VM

    I know the open-source Armitage project, but I'm not quite sure what you mean, since it is a different project. I said that I'm in the same position because neither all my projects are closed source too (https://github.com/enkomio/Sojobo, https://github.com/enkomio/sacara, https://github.com/enkomio/anathema, https://github.com/enkomio/shed, https://github.com/enkomio/s4tanic0d3). The main difference that I see is that Armitage had much more visibility. Don't get me wrong, I'm not discrediting Armitage, it is a nice project that was able to fulfill an existing gap with a perfect time-to-market. So, if I understood correctly, even if we both released open source projects without any hidden malicious intent, I don't deserve trust because I didn't release a project with a good visibility, am I correct?

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  • anathema

    .NET instrumentation framework

    I know the open-source Armitage project, but I'm not quite sure what you mean, since it is a different project. I said that I'm in the same position because neither all my projects are closed source too (https://github.com/enkomio/Sojobo, https://github.com/enkomio/sacara, https://github.com/enkomio/anathema, https://github.com/enkomio/shed, https://github.com/enkomio/s4tanic0d3). The main difference that I see is that Armitage had much more visibility. Don't get me wrong, I'm not discrediting Armitage, it is a nice project that was able to fulfill an existing gap with a perfect time-to-market. So, if I understood correctly, even if we both released open source projects without any hidden malicious intent, I don't deserve trust because I didn't release a project with a good visibility, am I correct?

  • shed

    .NET runtime inspector (by enkomio)

    I know the open-source Armitage project, but I'm not quite sure what you mean, since it is a different project. I said that I'm in the same position because neither all my projects are closed source too (https://github.com/enkomio/Sojobo, https://github.com/enkomio/sacara, https://github.com/enkomio/anathema, https://github.com/enkomio/shed, https://github.com/enkomio/s4tanic0d3). The main difference that I see is that Armitage had much more visibility. Don't get me wrong, I'm not discrediting Armitage, it is a nice project that was able to fulfill an existing gap with a perfect time-to-market. So, if I understood correctly, even if we both released open source projects without any hidden malicious intent, I don't deserve trust because I didn't release a project with a good visibility, am I correct?

  • s4tanic0d3

    Crackme challenge

    I know the open-source Armitage project, but I'm not quite sure what you mean, since it is a different project. I said that I'm in the same position because neither all my projects are closed source too (https://github.com/enkomio/Sojobo, https://github.com/enkomio/sacara, https://github.com/enkomio/anathema, https://github.com/enkomio/shed, https://github.com/enkomio/s4tanic0d3). The main difference that I see is that Armitage had much more visibility. Don't get me wrong, I'm not discrediting Armitage, it is a nice project that was able to fulfill an existing gap with a perfect time-to-market. So, if I understood correctly, even if we both released open source projects without any hidden malicious intent, I don't deserve trust because I didn't release a project with a good visibility, am I correct?

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