Firewall log analyzer
Flexible web-based firewall log analyzer, supporting netfilter and ipfilter, ipfw, ipchains, cisco routers and Windows XP system logs, and mysql or postgresql database logs using the iptables ULOG or NFLOG target of netfilter others mapped to the ulogd format with a view. Fully supports IPv6 for database logs, and netfilter and ipfilter system file logs. For Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Solaris, OSX,etc.
360-FAAR Analyze FW1 Cisco Netscreen Policy Offline Using Config/Logs
360-FAAR (Firewall Analysis Audit and Repair) is an offline, command line, firewall policy manipulation tool to filter, compare to logs, merge, translate and output firewall commands for new policies, in Checkpoint dbedit, Cisco ASA or ScreenOS commands, and its one file! Read Policy and Logs for: Checkpoint FW1 (in odumper.csv / logexport format), Netscreen ScreenOS (in get config / syslog format), Cisco ASA (show run / syslog format), 360-FAAR compares firewall policies and uses CIDR and text filters to split rulebases / policies into target sections and identify connectivity for further analysis. 360-FAAR supports, policy to log association, object translation, rulebase reordering and simplification, rule moves and duplicate matching automatically. Allowing you to move rules to where you need them. Build new rulebases from scratch with a single 'any' rule and log files, with the 'res' and 'name' options. Switch into DROPS mode to analyse drop log entries.
Command line client interface for LOGalyze 4
Command line LOGalyze client. logalyze-cli is a powerful command line client for managing LOGalyze engine. With LOGalyze application log analyzer, you can collect your log data from any device, analyze, normalize and parse them.
pgBadger is a PostgreSQL log analyzer built for speed.
Generate charts and reports using data gathered in log files
An application to gather, aggregate, chart and report information originating from any log files. It uses regular expressions that are constructed graphically and can be tested in the application against samples. Once configured for a specific type of log file set, the gathering and display of the chart for a new files set can be done in just one click. Contains a sample template to handle few log types: Java GC log, OpenDS access log, Apache access log
Cross-platform multi-tail log colorizer.
mutalog is cross-platform tool for colorizing and monitoring multiple log files simultaneously, similar to tail/MultiTail.
Hyperic is application monitoring and performance management for virtual, physical, and cloud infrastructures. Auto-discover resources of 75+ technologies, including vSphere, and collect availability, performance, utilization, and throughput metrics.
Simple (low requirements) log viewer for use in embedded servers.
A grep-like utility for log files.
LogsGrep is a unique, grep-like utility designed specifically to target log files containing multi-line entries. The primary target is Java log files (Log4J, common, ...), where it is very common to have multiline log entries (for example log entries with a stacktrace). It follows Unix philosophy, does only its primary job and expects its input to be generated by other more advanced tools (tail, cat, type, find...); There is no goal to be compatible with Unix grep. LogsGrep is written in the Java programming langue having performance and low resource usage in mind (no strings, no object creation, stream-processing).
A simple, and lightweight program to display and format Bukkit logs.
Bukkit Log Viewer is a simple, easy-to-use and lightweight program, which loads Bukkit server logs, and highlights the different logs, depending on the logger level. Below is a colour code: FINE = > green FINER = > green FINEST = > green INFO = > cyan SEVERE = > red WARNING = > yellow
Collect the computer and system info at a given time in order to track
Collect the computer and system info at a given time in order to track issues or problems. You can share the generated report with your friend or someone of your trust to help you detect your computer problem at a given moment.
Query HCP for objects based on operations (create, delete, ...)
'HCP Metadata Query Tool' is a GUI-based application that allows to run queries against HCP's Metadata Query Engine. It is restricted to operation-based queries, which reflect the creation and deletion of objects within HCP. It generates a list of objects within HCP as a whole, for a single Tenant, some Namespaces or even subdirectories whithin a Namespace. Result is a file in CSV-format or a SQlite3 database file for easier analysis. Additionally, it delivers a directory tree summarizing the number of files and subdirectories for each directory. The result is provided as a file in JSON-format ('selected name'.tree) to be easily evaluated using standard scripting languages (Java, Perl, Python to name a few); it's human-readable, also. You'll need to have either an administrative account with the Search role assigned or an user with the Search role for the namespaces to be queried. MAPI access isn't required.
Work productivity/efficiency analytics, work-life and time manager
<Purpose> 1. Make user aware of his own activities. 2. Find out how much time is wasted in which activity 3. Stick to a routine if desired 4. Avoid certain activities at certain times 5. Measure time spend on certain activity on a certain time and determine if certain habit needs to be changed 6. Condition for a routine habit, like leaving office in time or take short breaks 7. Increase awareness of time and habits 8. Increase productivity in a manner which is comfortable for the user and does not stretch him beyond healthy limits <Philosophy> सुखस्य मूलं धर्म:। धर्मस्थ मूलमर्थ:। अर्थस्य मूलं राज्यम्। राज्यमूलमिन्द्रियजम:। The root of happiness is Dharm (righteous living). Root of Dharm is good economy. Root of economy is Kingdom. Root to a good kingdom is a King who is Jitendriya (someone who has control over his senses)
An ultimate text-analysing tool
A command line tool for text file analyis, filtering, splitting and reporting. Runs under Java (1.5+), supports plugins written in Groovy. Has nix and win batch files in distributions.
Perl logfile analyzer for DELL Sonicwall Firewall logfiles. This Perl program (Windows /Linux / Mac), creates an HTML file containing: hits per protocol, mean, median and variance on hourly and weekday basis, RBL statistics, IPS stats, VPN stats, virus stats, surfing statistics, CFS blocked sites stats.
Tools to visualize alerts from Hyperic
Tools created with Adobe Flex to display alerts from Hyperic in a Dashboard on a big TV screen.
Viewer for logfiles in xml-format generated by java.util.logging.Logge
Just a simple LogViewer (Java/Swing) to view Logfiles generated by the Java Logging-Framework
Squid log data warehouse
Feed Squid logs into PostgreSQL database, then use Pentaho BI server for data mining.
Use python to parse privoxy log in clf format and refer to wot ratings of the site and then dump the data in a sqlite database for statistics generation later.
jfxtail is a program to monitor log files similar to the unix tool tai
The program shows the last 20 lines of a text file. The display automatically updates, if the text file has been changed. Being written in java it supports works on all platforms, for which javafx is available. e.g.: Windows, MacOS, Linux,...
Ocelli is an open source log aggregator with a Java backend and a Flex Frontend
A tail GUI with coloring of log entries based on regular expressions. Project has moved to http://code.google.com/p/svansprogram/
Find In Sorted Textfile Finds an arbitrary position in any sorted textfile. Primarily targetted for Statistical data and Logfiles but can be used with any sorted textfile.
Utility to move honeyd.log entries to a MySQL database.
This is yet another simple piece of software that extracts all the basic stats from honeyd’s text-based log files and inserts them in a MySQL database. Then you can run some queries and of course visualize the data if you want to. Many things are hardcoded or dead simple, but it does the job. The file is a modified version of “honeyd_importer” perl script originally writen by Joshua Gimer and shared through “honeypots” mailing list.