Inliniac is my blog about all kinds of inline network security, NSM and Intrusion Detection. I may also use it to write about other subjects that I find interesting.
My name is Victor Julien. I live in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. I’m a IT professional and enthusiast. During my studies, I have worked as system and network administrator. I lead the development effort for Suricata, the Open Source IDS/IPS that is developed by the Open Information Security Foundation (OISF). For more info see my LinkedIn profile.
- Since early 2002 I have been working on my own Open Source project called Vuurmuur, which is a Linux/IPtables frontend. Originally started as a little project to learn coding in C, it since as evolved to be a full featured firewall.
- I’m one of the initial members and current lead developer of Suricata, the IDS/IPS by the Open Information Security Foundation (OISF).
- I’m the author of a ModSecurity agent for Sguil called modsec2sguil.
- SidReporter: a collaborative approach to IDS.
- I was of the developers that worked on the Snort_inline project. Here I focused mostly on the TCP state engine and stream reassembler. I originally created the ClamAV plugin for Snort, which is now mostly maintained by Snort_Inline maintainer William Metcalf.
I’m on Twitter here: http://twitter.com/inliniac and on Mastodon here: https://mastodon.social/@inliniac