1. RegEx Searching with the ATI Processor

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    For more information, visit: http://www.ixiacom.com/products/application-and-threat-intelligence-processor Demo of how easy it is to use ATIP to search for regular expressions in application traffic, then forward the traffic or generate Netflow. FOLLOW US: For everything Ixia related Facebook http://goo.gl/OwF5KA Twitter http://goo.gl/j5NIid LinkedIn http://goo.gl/roKY8b Google Plus http://goo.gl/zIXYpW

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    • Python RegularExpressions by Debra Lewis

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      This covers the chapter on regular expression in "Python For Informatics" by c. Severance

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      • Job Filters, Part I

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        This is the first part in the series on Job Filters. The focus is creating exclude filters using regular expressions. The screencast will provide an introduction to working with writing regular expressions, and provide a foundation for excluding files based on their extension. It covers how to match similar spelling, mixed case and group quantifiers.

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        • Regex replacement groups in Texpad 1.7.6

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          Texpad 1.7.6 Global search supports regex replacement groups using $1, $2, $3, ... as the backreferences. Try out the demo at https://www.texpadapp.com/osx

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          • Extracting Key Values from Any Log Format Using Regex - Logentries

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            • Catastrophic Backtracking ‒ When Regular Expressions Explode

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              When crafting regular expressions, you have to be careful to not make them susceptible to catastrophic backtracking, because that would allow a DOS attack using a specifically crafted input. In this short talk, I explain how catastrophic backtracking works, why it happens, and I give a few tips on how to avoid it. I originally gave this presentation as a "tiny talk" at our October 2014 company meetup in Denver. Because I received a good amount of positive feedback for it, I decided to create this recording of the talk and put it online. The "further reading" link at the end of the talk is http://www.regular-expressions.info/catastrophic.html. For some great reading on regex matching, in particular without using backtracking, see Russ Cox' excellent series at http://swtch.com/~rsc/regexp/.

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              • UCI, DA Fall14, Lesson 5.1, RegEx

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                UCI, DA Fall14, Lesson 5.1, RegEx

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                • persistent admin matching

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                  a short demo of using capture groups in the persistent admin for Spacebrew.

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                  • Regular Expressions, Extraordinary Power

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                    I first learned how to use Regular Expressions (aka RegEx) about 9 or 10 years ago for the purposes of data cleaning. I would take massive Excel files, paste them into Macromedia Homesite, and then use the Find/Replace feature to strip out all the extra spaces, tabs, and commas. It was tedious work; but, I am tremendously thankful that I had to do it because learning Regular Expressions has more than paid for itself in terms of programming efficiency.

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                    • memoQ translator pro: What does this button do? - 21/05/2014

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                      You all know memoQ and use it on a daily basis, but... with every release memoQ is becoming more and more complex and offers features which are not necessarily used on everyday basis. And the features you do use include some options you never really had time to explore or thought how to use them in a non-standard way. Even the configuration include ton of options which can be somewhat mysterious. I’m going to show you how some of them works, what they do, and most importantly, how you can use them to work faster and more efficiently, using real-world examples from my everyday work. Due to time constraints, and to avoid potential technical issues this won’t be a live presentation – I’ll be presenting using just PowerPoint slides with pre-recorded sets of screenshots for all options described. BTW, have you tried the „Do not press this button” button yet? Presenter: Marek Pawelec (Freelance Translator) | Webinar level: basic

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