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.
Application to enable daylight saving of AWStats configs
This is a bash script do that is possible enable or disable daylight saving of yours AWStats reports confs. AWSDaylight.sh -t TIMEZONE -c CONFS -d -n [-p PATHCONFS] -h -h : Show this help message -t : Define timezone of normal time. Ex.: -3 (to Brazil) -c : Define confs to be changed. Ex.: site1,site2 (comma separated) -d : Set daylight saving -n : Set normal time -p : (optional) Define path of awstats.site.conf. Default is /etc/awstats/ To schedule execution on crontab. Follow an example from cron from brazilian time setup: 59 23 15-21 10 0 <PathToAWSDaylight>/AWSDaylight.sh -t -3 -c site1,site2 -d 59 23 15-21 2 0 <PathToAWSDaylight>/AWSDaylight.sh -t -3 -c site1,site2 -n
Simple file logger.
Androger is file logger, that shows logged files in GUI interface. Has got support for watching multiple files, and filtering their content. It's suppose to be fast, simple & robust. Just run it and chose log file to be watched. This application requires Java 7 or greater to be installed (https://www.java.com/en/download/).
A simple log analysis and botnet detection tool
PHP script to parser apache log
PHP script to parser apache log. You can fetch by: IP Requests Request by IP Request by day hour and much more!
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
CSV Comparator is a tool for comparing files which contain CSV-Data.
CSV Comparator is a tool for comparing files which contain CSV-Data. It was created for performance engineers to be able to have a easy way to compare data from two testruns and be able to automate the comparing process of various files with scripts. There is a command line tool as well as a user interface. In case you need to compare .xml-Files you can convert them to .csv-Files with my other project CSV Transformer. The advantages by using CSV as input and output are the following: - Many applications allow an export of its data to CSV or Excel(were it could be saved to CSV) - It is possible to pre- and postprocess the data, e.g removing version numbers before comparing - It is easy to create CSV data from logfiles and other resources by using unix tools like sed or awk - CSV can be loaded into other applications, especially Excel, were it can be formatted by macros for analyzing.
Monitors logs or other commands such as dmesg output on Linux systems.
Graphical monitoring front-end to monitor dmesg, lsusb, other log files, or debug output from programs and displays a tailed output window on Linux systems. Written in Gambas3 and the source code is available on the download page. The project is under GPLv3 license so if anyone is wanting to learn Gambas3 can feel free to use this to help them. If you just want to download and run the executable you will need the gambas3-runtime package installed. Check with your distribution's repositories, Ubuntu users may need to add a PPA, others may have to compile it from source. This will be part of a suite of tools to be included in a customized Linux distribution geared toward PC diagnostics and recovery.
Event correlation engine with reactive facilities
Correlation engine based on Esper library which can be used together with Logstash. Please read FAQ http://sourceforge.net/p/correactive/wiki/FAQ/
A small php script that will display DHCP leases on a linux system
This script will display active DHCP leases on the local linux system via your web browser.
Tools to visualize alerts from Hyperic
Tools created with Adobe Flex to display alerts from Hyperic in a Dashboard on a big TV screen.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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)
The project was born in FASTA University, Argentina, with the goal of studding keystroke dynamics patterns of users by analyzing their digraphs/trigraphs. Our research is aimed at detecting and differentiating users by analyzing its typing pattern.
Kismon is a PyGTK based Kismet Newcore (since 2009-05-RC1) Client with a live map of the networks.
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.
The program I create here is a purely console based program in the language C. The program makes it easier to searching after periodic events to a log file.
LinuxID is an easy console-service for distro identification and more!
LinuxID is capable of identifying your distro, getting what it's based on and every detail related to it. So it could print "Linux Mint 16 Petra", and then all its details and its base OS: "Ubuntu 13.10, Saucy Salamander", and various other info. It is open-source and written in C++. Source code is commented and can be found in the "Files" tab. To run the program, download "LinuxID" file and run it accordingly: navigate to where you downloaded the file and type this: ./LinuxID If you have renamed the file, call on it like this: ./filename
Log File Monitoring - Check Log Files, Analyze, Alert on any UNIX Log
Monitoring log files is mandatory in all UNIX environments. LoGrobot does this for you efficiently. It analyzes, graphs and alerts on system log files, application log files, database log files, custom log files...basically any log file. Benefits: Automatically scans log files for errors or user specified patterns Shows the offending log entries in the alerts generated on a monitored log file Shows latest size of a log file at the time of the most recent log check Shows total entries written to log file in the most recent check Can tail logs in time frames rather than tailing random lines Monitors and alerts on log file growth Monitors and alerts on log file size Monitors and alerts on log file time stamp Sends out email alert notifications on log files When run without arguments, LoGrobot displays direct instructions on usage. NOTE: For the fully-featured version of the LoGrobot Log File Monitoring tool (also known as logXray), visit www.LoGrobot.com/#download
LogDown is a Intrusion Protection System (IPS). It scans your Logs for bad Logins etc.. please note: LogDown is now in early BETA!