Releases are usually a little more stable than the master branch, in that some basic deployment testing for Ubuntu and CentOS has been performed using an SQLite backend.
This assumes you have a proper Python dev already environment properly configured. If you need help getting started with this, checkout one of our installation guides.
$ git clone https://github.com/csirtgadgets/bearded-avenger.git $ cd bearded-avenger $ pip install -r requirements.txt $ python setup.py develop $ mkdir -p log && cp hacking/develop.conf hacking/local.conf $ cif-store -d --token-create-admin cif.yml $ cif-store -d --token-create-hunter cif-router.yml $ cif-store -d --token-create-smrt csirtg-smrt.yml $ supervisord -c hacking/local.conf # new window $ cif --config cif.yml -p $ csirtg-smrt --config csirtg-smrt.yml --test -r rules/default/csirtg.yml -d $ cif --config cif.yml --itype ipv4
There are many ways to get involved with the project. If you have a new and exciting feature, or even a simple bugfix, simply fork the repo, create some simple test cases, generate a pull-request and give yourself credit!
If you've never worked on a GitHub project, this is a good piece for getting started.
Some of the tools we use:
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COPYRIGHT AND LICENCE
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Free use of this software is granted under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3). For details see the files
COPYING included with the distribution.