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How to set up a BinaryPig Multi-Node Cluster

Based on my BinaryPig Single-Node cluster tutorial, I’ll now explain how to set up a Multi-Node cluster. It’s necessary that your Single-Node cluster is running properly. I changed the username to “hadoop” to avoid confusions but you can keep the … Continue reading

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How to set up a BinaryPig Single-Node Cluster Part 2

As everything is installed right now, we’re now going to run some jobs with BinaryPig. I’m using the VirusShare_APT1_293.zip package for testing purposes. You can download different packages of malware on Virusshare. BinaryPig already comes with a couple of example jobs … Continue reading

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How to set up a BinaryPig Single-Node Cluster Part 1

BinaryPig is a framwork for processing huge amounts of binary data. It’s built on Hadoop / Apache Pig and Elasticsearch and was presented on Blackhat USA 2013. For more details, see the slides here or the full presentation here. Unfortunately … Continue reading

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