Squid: Optimising Web Delivery #web #logs #analyzer

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By Martin Gleeson includes support for Squid’s native log format. In particular squid2common.pl will convert it to the common httpd log format.

S.L.A.E. is a platform, developed using C# and the .NET Framework 1.1 (and Mono), for analyze the Squid’s log file. The project’s aims are: be an OpenSource project, support for Windows and Linux (using Mono), support for rich and web client, support for SQl, MySQl and Access database, provide a rich class’s sets for database’s access and manage, provide OLTP and OLAP database, analyze and import “BIG” access.log file, manage multiple server and log’s file

By Pedro Lineu Orso Squid Analysis Report Generator is a tool that allows you to view “where” your users are going to on the Internet.

SCALAR (Squid Cache Advanced Log Analyzer Reporter) produces many detailed reports, such as: Time Based Load Statistic, Extensions Report, Content Report, Object Sizes Report, Request Methods Report, Squid HTTP Result Codes Report and Cache Hierarchy Reports – most of reports are splitted on Requests, Traffic, Timeouts and Denies statistic. SCALAR is highly customizable tool/script written on AWK – all setting can be defined inside script header. SCALAR developed by Yuri N. Fominov.

Screen squid is web-based interface for viewing reports based on Squid proxy server log files. It can be accessed from web-browser through more than 20 reports. No extra files, only DB. All reports generated “on-the-fly”. Free.

by Maciej Kozinski, gathers information abount Squid’s internal performance and eficiency of relationship, finds bottlenecks, shows data transfer speed from particular sources.

by Andrew Fresh is derived from Squeezer, but with more features, including running from a chroot environment.

Squid Efficiency Analyzer interprets a Squid log (native) to determine how much traffic can be retrieved from the cache and how much comes from the webservers in the internet. Tested with log files from Squid 2.5 STABLE 5 for Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/2003.

STSRG (Squid Top-Site Report Generator) is a Perl script to analyze the previous days squid access.log log file and produce a report of the most frequently visited URLs. It

Rs reasonably quick processing about 100,000 lines of log file in 12 seconds.

Squid-Log-Analyzer is a small Perl script that analyses Squid’s access.log.

squidmagic is a tool designed to analyze a web-based network traffic to detect central command and control (C CSS2-based HTML reports; run-time configurable languages; native DNS support (Windows Linux);

Surftrackr is a log file analyser for squid and Dan’s Guardian. The program allows a non-technical user to extract information about Web usage patterns, the type of information downloaded, the sites visited by users, and the amount of information (per-byte or per-file) accessed. Surftrackr runs via a web browser.

Its a fast, free web server log file analysis program. It produces highly detailed, easily configurable usage reports in HTML format, for viewing with a standard web browser.





EventLog Analyzer – SIEM Log management software #eventlog #analyzer, #log #analyzer, #event

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Know every bit of your network

Trace the origin of security attacks

Manage compliance with
your eyes closed

Detect anomalies in real-time

Protect your data- it’s child’s play

EventLog Analyzer is an IT Compliance Log Management Software for SIEM

  • Over 70 out-of-the-box event correlation rules for proactive threat management.
  • Pinpoints breach attempts, insider threats, policy violations, and more without any manual intervention.
  • Flexible drag-and-drop correlation rule builder allows users to define attack patterns therefore facilitating proactive security threat mitigation.
  • Includes out-of-the-box reports that help meeting the stringent requirements of regulatory mandates such as HIPAA. GLBA. PCI DSS. SOX. FISMA. ISO 27001, and more.
  • Create custom reports to adapt and comply to the developing regulatory acts of the present and future.
  • Collects logs from heterogeneous sources such as Windows servers and workstations, Linux and Unix systems, network devices, applications, threat intelligence solutions, vulnerability scanners and more at a centralized location.
  • Deciphers any log data regardless of the source and log format with its custom log parser.
  • Supports both agentless and agent based log collection methods.
  • Centrally track all changes and get real time alerts when files and folders are created, accessed, viewed, deleted, modified, and renamed.
  • Get a complete audit trail that answers the ‘what, when, where and how’ of all the changes that happen to files and folders in real time.
  • Collects and analyzes all activities of privileged users.
  • Get detailed report with logon and logoff activity information of privileged users.
  • Get precise user access information such as which user performed the action, what was the result of the action, on which server it happened and track down the user workstation from which the action was triggered.
  • Searches cover more than just the routine options and enable quick detection of network anomalies, abnormal user activities, system or applications errors, security incidents, and more.
  • Conduct a search using Wild-cards. Phrases. Boolean operators, Grouped searches and Range searches .
  • Get real-time SMS and email alerts whenever a network anomaly occurs. You can even run a script to remediate the alert condition.
  • 500+ predefined alert criteria across Windows, Unix/Linux, application, and network device infrastructure increases operational efficiency by eliminating the need to set alert profiles for known indicators of compromises.
  • Easily drill down to the raw log data and conduct a root cause analysis to find out the exact log entry that caused security incidents.
  • Various search options enable you to generate forensic reports from both the raw and formatted logs
  • Automatically archives all machine generated logs, system logs, device logs application logs to a centralized repository.
  • Encrypts the event log archive files to ensure the log data is secured for future forensic analysis, compliance and internal audits.




Spring Attendee Homepage – Atlanta Home Show – Georgia s Largest Home

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The 39th Annual Spring Atlanta Home Show – March 24-26, 2017 – Cobb Galleria Centre

The largest Home Show in Georgia! Hundreds of participating companies! For THREE days only March 24-26, the Cobb Galleria transforms into a one-stop-shop for all your home improvement needs! For 39 years the Spring Atlanta Home Show has been improving home lifestyles and adding value to your largest single investment, your home. We’re proud of our ability to produce a family friendly environment and welcome you to our home.

Experience exciting and interactive sessions that can inspire you in your yard, with your decor and save you a great deal of time and money on your next remodeling job. » Click here to read more.

This year’s grand prize is a 7 LED fixture outdoor lighting package provided by Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Atlanta. No purchase necessary – read more for all the details. » Click here to read more.

Georgia Landscape presents the Red Hare Backyard Beer Garden! Come learn about landscape design, services and products ranging from grass to fire, flowers to water, patios to recreation areas. You can chat with area experts about local landscape and options for every type of backyard. This is an interactive, educational area designed to give you the information you need to turn your backyard into an outdoor living area to enjoy for years! If all that were not enough, for a $5 donation to Hope Atlanta – the programs of Travelers Aid you can taste your way through this feature. Marietta’s own Red Hare Brewing Company will have SIX of their handcrafted brews available for your approval! Cabot Creamery will also have a sampling of cheeses. So bring your friends, enjoy some great beer and help a worthy cause! » Click here to read more.

Thanks to PMC Building Materials, members of the home improvement trade receive FREE admission to the show on Friday March 24! » Click here to read more.