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Cyber Probe

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Capturing, analysing and responding to cyber attacks.

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Cyberprobe is a distributed software architecture for monitoring of networks against attack. It consists of two components: cyberprobe, which collects data packets and forwards them over a network in standard streaming protocols; and cybermon which decodes protocols, and invokes user-defined logic on the decoded data.

Cyberprobe can be integrated with snort so that the captured data corresponds with an attackers IP address as detected by snort.

Cybermon uses a LUA configuration file to describe what to do with the decoded information, providing great flexibility. Cybermon also supports a couple of packet injection techniques, allowing you to respond to attacks by resetting connections, or forging DNS responses.

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Categories

Monitoring

Features

  • The cyberprobe componentcollects data packets and forwards over a network in standard streaming protocols.
  • Cyberprobe can be integrated with Snort so that network attack attempts are used to trigger data collection.
  • Cyberprobe has a dynamic tasking interface to allow integration with other software.
  • Cybermon components provides protocol decoding for real-time analysis purposes.
  • Cybermon uses a rich LUA configuration file to allow the user a great deal of control over what happens with the decoded information.
  • Cybermon incorporates two packet injection techniques to allow you to fight back.

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Intended Audience

Security Professionals, System Administrators

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2013-07-27
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