We are happy to release version 2 of the Reowolf project. This version introduces many new features: a select statement, run-time error handling, dynamic port hand-off, native TCP components and detailed project documentation. This post summarizes the most important features, and further lays out the vision we have for the future of Reowolf. This release […]
We are happy to release this milestone of the Reowolf project: Reowolf version 1.2. This is an alpha release. The milestone improves the concurrency of the Protocol Description Language (PDL) run-time interpreter. This post summarizes the improvements, and further lays out the milestones we will be working on next. This release is sponsored by the […]
We are happy to release this milestone of the Reowolf project: Reowolf version 1.1. This is an alpha release. The milestone improves the structural aspects of Protocol Description Language (PDL), which increases the declarative aspects of protocol descriptions needed for modeling Internet protocols (e.g. TCP, UDP, ICMP, DNS). This post summarizes the improvements, and further […]
The Reowolf 1.0 project files are released on Zenodo. The project documentation (technical report) is available at CWI’s Institutional Repository.
The Next Generation Internet POINTER fund has awarded Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) a grant to work on architectural renovation for the next generation Internet. In this project, codename Reowolf 2.0, the Computer Security group (CWI’s newest research group) will replace a widely-used but decades-old technology for communication on the Internet: BSD-style sockets. The results […]
As more internet traffic is encrypted to enhance the privacy of its users, its nature is less insightful to network operators. This might lead to inefficient routing of traffic, the inability to monitor for abuse, and unfair networking practices. To increase privacy and trust in internet infrastructure, NLnet Foundation has awarded Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica […]