PDF files may be used to trigger malicious content, as described here. PDFiD is a Python tool to analyze and sanitize PDF files, written by Didier Stevens. Here is PDFiD_PL, a version that I have slightly modified so that it can be imported as a module in Python applications (originally for ExeFilter).
pyxmldsig is a Python module to create and verify XML Digital Signatures (XML-DSig). This is a simple interface to the PyXMLSec library, aiming to provide a more pythonic API suitable for Python applications.
With Python 2.6+, that's quite simple:
Article à propos de la visualisation et l'analyse de risque dynamique en cyber-défense, présenté au symposium SSTIC le 9 juin 2010.
This is a Python course I have written to quickly teach Python to my colleagues and students, made of slides and samples for hands-on exercises.
This page provides a few methods to create X509 certificates for testing purposes.
I had to search quite a bit to find the easiest way to install Ruby and ruby-gtk2 on Windows. Here's what I found so far:
There are several solutions if you need to run Ruby code from Python. It may be useful when you find an interesting Ruby module which has no equivalent in Python.