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.
Here is a mini Python tutorial, for people who want to quickly learn Python basics. It also provides links to more detailed documentation. Since January 2010, a more complete Python crash course is also available, with slides and samples.
Article and presentation about security issues in OpenDocument and Open XML formats (OpenOffice and MS Office 2007) - published in the Journal of Computer Virology in Oct 2007 and presented at the PacSec 2006 conference.