Kestrel Jupyter Kernel
This repository contains two Python packages:
Install and Setup
The easy and preferred way:
$ pip install kestrel-jupyter $ python -m kestrel_jupyter_kernel.setup
If you want to install from source code:
$ git clone git://github.com/opencybersecurityalliance/kestrel-jupyter $ cd kestrel-jupyter $ pip install . $ python -m kestrel_jupyter_kernel.setup
How to Use Kestrel Jupyter Notebook Kernel
Start Jupyter with jupyter notebook and start a new notebook with kernel kestrel. Note if you are using jupyter lab, most functionalities are there such as code execution, error prompot, and context-aware auto-complete, but the syntax highlighting is not ported from our Jupyter Notebook environment to Jupyter Lab yet.
Write your hello world hunt:
newvar = NEW process ["cmd.exe", "reg.exe"] DISP newvar
Check Kestrel documentation for more.
How to Use ipython Magic Function
Then you can write any code in single-line or multi-line Kestrel in Python:
%%kestrel newvar = NEW process ["cmd.exe", "reg.exe"] DISP newvar
Uninstall Kestrel Jupyter Kernel
List all Jupyter kernels installed:
$ jupyter kernelspec list
Uninstall Kestrel kernel:
$ jupyter kernelspec uninstall kestrel
How to Contribute
As a component in the Kestrel runtime, this repo follows the contributing guideline and governance documentation in the main kestrel-lang repo.
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