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== Hints ==

I have used !GrayLog and I found https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtfj6W5X0YA to be useful as a sample.

Lab 09 Dashboards - Keeping data under control


In the last two labs particularly, we have gathered information. But how do you make sense of it all? Log analyzer and dashboards!

Take the first 15 minutes of lab to research dashboards that you might want to install and use to work with Suricata, OpenVas and your windows systems.

  • Elastic Stack (here is a good tutorial by digitialocean.com

  • GrayLog Ubuntu Install Guide Note: There are different features for the enterprise version (for pay) vs opensource.

  • LOGalyze

  • Logz.io is based on Elastic Stack... learn more here.

  • Splunk (Seems to have gone for pay... probably want to try something else. Never-the-less one of the top rated apps!)

Some solutions go beyond simple log aggregators/analyzers to monitor everything... these include:

Install a system of your choice. If its not on the list, check with me first and if its ok, I'll add it. You should collect information from OpenVas, Suricata, Windows Logs and ubuntu for aggregation in the dashboard of your choice.

Show Me

In less than two minutes:

  1. Show your Dashboard working
    1. Show something from pfSense
    2. Show something from OpenVas

    3. Show something from Suricata
    4. Show something from your Windows Server


I have used GrayLog and I found https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtfj6W5X0YA to be useful as a sample.

NetworkSecurity/Lab/Lab09 (last edited 2021-04-11 22:20:51 by scot)