Monthly Archives: October 2007

OSSEC v1.4 released

We are pleased to announce the general availability of OSSEC version 1.4. This version comes with the following major new features: Support for reading database logs from PostgreSQL and MySQL (info) Support for Prelude (info) Support for storing the alerts … Continue reading

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OSSEC v1.4 BETA2 Available

The second beta of our 1.4 version is available for testing. You can directly download them from here: What kind of testings do we urgently need? Testing the Windows version (clean install and update) on Windows XP, 2000 … Continue reading

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OSSEC -> Sguil

David Bianco released a test version of an agent that can take events from OSSEC and insert them into Sguil as alerts. This is his full msg to the ossec-list: I’ve put together a test release of an agent that … Continue reading

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OSSEC v1.4 BETA1 Available

OSSEC v1.4 is soon to be available and we really need some help beta testing it. As I always say, trying out our beta releases is a simple and very effective way of helping the project. How can you test … Continue reading

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OSSEC and Prelude

Sebastien Tricaud sent us some patches to allow the communication between OSSEC and Prelude. If you are a Prelude and OSSEC user, please check it out and let us know how it goes. Instructions on how to set it up … Continue reading

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I have received some great logos/images about OSSEC lately and I have been keeping them on the following page: OSSEC Logos. Feel free to use any of them in case you want to help us spread the usage of OSSEC:

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OSSEC at IT Undeground 2007

OSSEC will be represented at the 2007 IT Underground Conference, in Warsaw(Poland), where I will be speaking about Log-Based Intrusion Detection (using OSSEC of course). It is going to be a hands on, 1 hour presentation, where everyone will be … Continue reading

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