You found the messy place of Alexandre Dulaunoy somewhere in the cyberspace. I'm living in a small village called Les Bulles in the very south of Belgium. My life is a mixture of computer science (the "simple and surprisingly effective" definition as described by Edsger W. Dijkstra in EWD896 : On the nature of Computing Science), Freedom and a bunch of small other things (from random innovation to sometime information security).
More or less official bio
Alexandre encountered his first computer in the eighties, and he disassembled it to know how the thing works. While pursuing his logical path towards information security and free software, he worked as senior security network consultant at different places (e.g. Ubizen, now Cybertrust). He co-founded a startup called Conostix specialized in information security management, and the past 6 years, he was the manager of global information security at SES, a leading international satellite operator. He is now working at the national Luxembourgian Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) in the research and operational fields. He is also lecturer in information security at Paul-Verlaine University in Metz and the University of Luxembourg. Alexandre enjoys working on projects where there is a blend of “free information”, innovation and a direct social improvement. When not gardening binary streams, he likes facing the reality of ecosystems while gardening or doing nature photography.
The real bio
Enjoy when human are using machines in unexpected ways. I break stuff and I do stuff.
My interests include digital archiving, information retrieval and information security seasoned with a strong touch of free information.
My day job is located in the information security field and especially in incident response and security research.
I'm also an intermittent security researcher (and co-founder but title doesn't matter to me) at CSRRT-LU (Computer Security Research and Response Team Luxembourg). We are also organizing some information security events (like hack.lu) with a strong technical touch and a help of the infosec community.
On the remaining time, I'm also lecturer in different universities giving courses about information security and its practical implication.
To explore new ideas, I co-founded quuxlabs an informal structure for working on research or engineering projects.
In my very short spare time, I enjoy gardening (we try to keep track of the plants in our garden) with steph and I'm also trying to understand electronic art. When I'm unable to sleep, I'm giving a hand to promote the four freedoms of free software.
10, rue du faubourg
B6811 Les Bulles - Chiny
Phone : +32(0)61460742
I consider voice communication as being sometime very ineffective and I often prefer electronic means.
Contact at work
If you really want my work contact, just contact me.
- Forban [cs_lang:Python] a link-local opportunistic p2p free software. You can share files with everyone in your proximity. The implementation is written in Python but can be easily implemented as the protocol is minimal.
- pdns-toolkit [cs_lang:perl] is a Passive DNS toolkit for security research including a modular passive DNS server and additional analysis toolkits to query and analyse the collected DNS dataset.
- cve-search [cs_lang:python] cve-search is a tool to import CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) and CPE (Common Platform Enumeration) into a MongoDB to facilitate search, processing and analysis of CVEs.
- Oddmuse Git [cs_lang:Bash/Perl] - Using Oddmuse with a git repository. Same concept can be applied with any wiki that allows retrieving index of pages, changes and update page.
- RssAny - rss-tools [cs_lang:Python] is a series of scripts (rssdir, rssmerge, rsscluster and rsscount) to transform RSS in the command-line interface. Those scripts are used for the Wiki Creativity Index.
- GooDiff (with Michael G. Noll) [cs_lang:Python] is a service for automated tracking of semantic changes in web service policies. GooDiff is free software and available on the GooDiff project page.
- Machine Tag I used and loved , I ended up to document most of them (cs_lang or license) and my use of those machine tag (triple tag).
As described by Adam Mathes in Folksonomies-Cooperative Classification and Communication Through Shared Metadata, a folksonomy is some of the best and worst in organizing information. But beside the rigid ways of organizing information, user tagging provides a way for each user to represent the information following his very personal perspective. Here is my very limited folksonomy if you want to know more about my tagged interests :
To expand a little bit the usefulness of my tagging methology, I'm also using various machine tag to help human and non-human to lookup my metadata. I have a namespace for license (useful to know the free or non-free license used by a tagged work) , fa (used by the free archive bot) or language.
This is a merge of various RSS or Atom feeds generated by some of my activities like blogging, git commit messages, reviewed books or uploaded pictures in flickr. This is generated by a Python script called rssmerge.py.
- adulau created branch backend-cherrypy at adulau/pdns-qof-server --- (Thu Jan 2 13:56:51 2014)
- adulau starred elvanderb/TCP-32764 --- (Thu Jan 2 10:30:14 2014)
- adulau starred KDr2/redis-leveldb --- (Tue Dec 31 13:09:15 2013)
- adulau starred ifduyue/pyssdb --- (Tue Dec 31 13:07:52 2013)
- adulau starred ideawu/ssdb --- (Tue Dec 31 13:03:06 2013)
- adulau starred srinikom/leveldb-server --- (Tue Dec 31 13:01:58 2013)
- adulau starred farsightsec/wdns --- (Mon Dec 30 21:16:11 2013)
- adulau starred kennethreitz/grequests --- (Mon Dec 30 07:55:18 2013)
- adulau starred kholia/python-pgpdump --- (Sun Dec 29 22:06:43 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof-server --- (Sun Dec 29 10:15:15 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof-server --- (Sun Dec 29 10:07:10 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Fri Dec 27 16:48:14 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Fri Dec 27 16:47:41 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Fri Dec 27 16:32:30 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Fri Dec 27 15:48:05 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Fri Dec 27 10:18:53 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Fri Dec 27 09:32:43 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Fri Dec 27 09:25:17 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Fri Dec 27 09:23:00 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Fri Dec 27 09:18:19 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Fri Dec 27 08:47:12 2013)
- adulau starred averagesecurityguy/twanalyze --- (Fri Dec 27 07:46:51 2013)
- adulau starred enigma0x3/Powershell-payload-Excel-Delivery --- (Fri Dec 27 07:46:11 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Wed Dec 25 13:52:52 2013)
- adulau starred kevthehermit/YaraPcap --- (Wed Dec 25 13:45:51 2013)
- adulau pushed to master at adulau/pdns-qof --- (Wed Dec 25 13:39:22 2013)
- adulau created the adulau/pdns-qof wiki --- (Wed Dec 25 13:26:31 2013)
- adulau created the adulau/pdns-qof wiki --- (Wed Dec 25 13:08:01 2013)
- A tree and the moon --- (Sat Dec 14 16:16:36 2013)
- 2 trees in the river --- (Sat Dec 14 16:07:07 2013)
- A running stencil --- (Sun Dec 8 16:53:32 2013)
- Hendrik Adrian from Malware Must Die! at botconf 2013 --- (Sun Dec 8 14:00:51 2013)
- Jason Jones presenting at Botconf 2013 --- (Sun Dec 8 13:50:05 2013)
- Nantes by Night --- (Sat Dec 7 21:57:33 2013)
- Lights in Nantes --- (Sat Dec 7 21:04:11 2013)
- A willow and its trunk --- (Sun Dec 1 20:56:26 2013)
- Salix out of the frame --- (Sun Dec 1 19:17:35 2013)
- The bark of white birch --- (Sun Dec 1 18:26:05 2013)
- Another perspective to a tree --- (Sun Dec 1 18:12:05 2013)
- Trees... in Moyen --- (Sun Nov 24 17:52:37 2013)
- Another Tree Lost in the Countryside --- (Sun Nov 24 17:35:10 2013)
- An old Window with a hole --- (Sat Nov 16 16:15:14 2013)
- Welcome to Wallifornie... --- (Sat Nov 16 15:38:39 2013)
- Another Tree in Winter --- (Sat Nov 16 15:14:48 2013)
- Hey mamacita... --- (Sun Oct 27 12:42:58 2013)
- Red Dome - David Nash at Chaumont sur Loire --- (Sun Oct 20 17:05:17 2013)
- Lost and found fuel pump --- (Sun Oct 20 15:13:15 2013)
- Driving From B to G --- (Sun Oct 20 15:05:19 2013)
- 2013-04-01 Information Visualization Is Just A Starting Point --- (Mon Apr 1 22:11:08 2013)
- 2013-02-23 Vulnerability Management Is Just An Approximation --- (Sat Feb 23 20:47:26 2013)
- 2011-09-04 Information Security Is Not a Matter of Compliance --- (Tue Jun 26 19:51:42 2012)
- 2011-12-25 Against SOPA or How To Do Soap --- (Sun Dec 25 15:29:22 2011)
- 2011-12-17 Certificate Revocation Reasons 2011 --- (Sun Dec 18 17:08:52 2011)
- 2011-10-02 Try and Vet Tshirt Crypto Challenge Hack.lu2011 The Solution --- (Sun Oct 2 12:48:07 2011)
- 2011-05-22 Ease Your Log Analysis with Ranking --- (Sun May 22 20:20:49 2011)
- 2011-03-06 Why The Philosophical Works Should Be Free --- (Wed May 18 23:06:21 2011)
- 2011-03-05 Monitoring Memory of Suspicious Processes --- (Sun Mar 27 16:28:53 2011)
- 2011-01-01 Often I m wrong but not always --- (Sat Jan 1 11:03:52 2011)