Following memory history with REVEN-Axion

When working on traces of millions of instructions, one of the biggest challenges can be to detect the small portions of the code that are actually interesting. In this article, we have an application that reads from the network. We will show how to quickly find where the network frames ...

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REVEN technology overview

After 4 years of pure R&D and feedback from our early-adopters, we consider it's now time to go under the spotlights.

This article will give you a quick tour of our technology. Other technical articles will follow in the next few weeks to highlight some of REVEN (server ...

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Time to talk about our technology and products?

Date By Fred

Up until now, we have not said a word about our products/technology here, and our website presented only little information about what we are creating.

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Reversers, hackers and hard-core debuggers friends, be prepared! We'll make announcements for you this week :)

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Meet us at "Forum Innovation DGA 2014"

Date By Fred

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Tetrane has been invited by the DGA (Direction Générale de l'Armement, part of the French DoD) to present our projet REPER -as for REven PERformances- at the "Forum Innovation DGA 2014", November 20, 2014 in the campus of the Polytechnic School in Palaiseau.

Feel free to come and discuss ...

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C++11: initializer lists

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Prior C++11, curly braces could be used to initialize POD-compliant structures or classes only. In C++11, the use of curly braces has been extended. This improvement has been done partly for the new std::initializer_list object, that is useful when constructing sequence objects, for example a std::vector ...

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