[Pauldotcom] Security "dashboard" applications
only.samurai at gmail.com
Wed Oct 7 02:40:04 UTC 2009
Out of curiosity, when was it that you used OSSIM? It's had some
significant changes in the last 6 months.
On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 5:42 PM, Robert Miller <arch3angel at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have used OSSIM and I liked it for the most part. I did find that
> with the traffic we passed it became overwhelmed and the hard drives
> filed up in under a day (140GB) making it completely unresponsive.
> You may want to make sure to partition off things such as your logs so
> if you fill up the partition you can still access and operate the server.
> Let me know how it works out for you, I was pulled off the project for
> another of higher priority but should be back on it in a month or so.
> *** Personal Note - All answers to this are great as I know many have
> thought this same thing and it is asked often ***
> - Robert
> Andrew Ellis wrote:
>> You might look into using OSSIM. It's great for aggregating events and
>> viewing them. It's pretty modular so odds are good you'll be able to
>> get what you're looking at plugged into it. It also has jasperserver
>> running within it, which let's you write reports pretty easily from
>> the data you've already got.
>> On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 2:58 PM, Jason Wood <tadaka at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hey all,
>>> I've been asked to try to put together reporting for security related issues
>>> and items. I've created a starting place for what I would like to report
>>> on. I REALLY don't want to put all this into a spreadsheet and try to
>>> maintain that. I'd prefer some kind of dashboard which could pull
>>> information from ticketing systems, scripts, etc to make at least some of
>>> the updates.
>>> Does anyone know of an open source app like this or could be a decent base
>>> to start with? And, rather than set this idea in stone, I'm open to
>>> different ideas if someone has an alternative that they are using.
>>> irc: Tadaka
>>> Twitter: Jason_Wood
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