[Snort-users] Question about Sguil
jnebrera at ...16842...
Fri Jun 20 12:29:38 EDT 2014
Have you given www.redBorder.org a look?
It will enable you to manage events as well as the probes themselves (rule
El 20/06/2014 18:22, "Matt Martin" <MMartin at ...16693...> escribió:
> Hello All,
> I am currently using BASE as my frontend for Snort. But I get errors when
> clicking into lots of stuff on the GUI, so I’m looking into other GUI
> frontends for Snort. Not to mention mostly every time I click on an
> “Alert”, when the page loads in the browser it just says in red that “Alert
> Deleted”… Don’t know why would it be deleting alerts…
> But anyway, I came across Sguil which seems to be a pretty popular choice
> amongst GUI frontends for Snort. But I am a bit confused by the
> installation process, so I was hoping someone could explain this question
> below for me…?
> I downloaded the most recent version of Sguil *(*Sguil Version 0.9.0)*.
> And reading about the installation process on a number of different sites I
> am still confused by the Client/Server/Sensor architecture of it. I
> currently have my Snort installation, along with Barnyard2, MySQL, BASE and
> Oinkmaster all on the same server *(*I downloaded PulledPork because I
> heard good things, but still need to install it and replace Oinkmaster…).*
> I have had Snort running now on this server for a few weeks and it seems to
> be going well, except for the frontend...
> So since I have Snort all contained on a single server am I supposed to
> install Sguil Client, Server, and Sensor on that server as well? If I want
> to use it simply as a frontend to Snort, do I need all 3 of those? I
> couldn’t find any installation docs for Sguil for when Snort and it’s MySQL
> Database are on the same server. All the docs seemed to be for *“split”*
> Snort installations, i.e. across multiple servers…
> Could anyone explain to me those 3 different parts to Sguil? And whether
> or not I need all 3 of them installed?
> Any thoughts or suggestions would be much appreciated!
> Thanks in Advance,
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