Changelog Release Maintainers Dan Parriott Scott R. Shinn (Atomicorp, Inc.) Release Notes Special thanks on this release go out to: davestoddard for an amazingly well thought out, and well documented update to the networking code Bob-Andrews for the largest update to the auditing system in the project history phamvoung for resolving some very subtle bugs […]
Changelog Release Maintainers Dan Parriott Scott R. Shinn (Atomicorp, Inc.) Whats New SQLite support for syscheck PR #1091 – whitelist for files in sqlite DB PR #1364 – add some ifdefs for the md5 whitelist database (USE_SQLITE) Update cJSON 1.7.0 #1351 Add Pagerduty Active response #1302 OSSEC-authd #890 / #873 – Dichotomic search to add […]
Changelog Release Maintainers Dan Parriott Scott R. Shinn (Atomicorp, Inc.) General PR #1207, for issue #1205, Pushing merged.mg to Windows agents fails due to EOL conversion PR #1259, for issue #1145, fixes for RHEL getaddrinfo/ipv6 PR #1428, for issue #1425, check owner option doesnt work on windows agent PR #1428, for issue #1425, check owner […]
OSSEC 3.0 release candidate builds are available from our testing Yum/Apt repo for the following distributions: Amazon Linux Amazon Linux LTS RHEL / Centos 6 RHEL / Centos 7 Debian 7 / 8 Ubuntu 14 / 16 Fedora 24 / 25 / 26 / 27 Windows Updates for Fedora 28, Ubuntu 18, and Kali linux […]
We’re in the process of opening up our slack channel: https://ossec.slack.com/ to the public. At the moment its still set up to require us to send invites, if you’re interested send us an email at: email@example.com And if you’re a slack hacker, you should really join us. We need the help!
Longtime OSSEC Contributor Vic Hargrave has released an update to the OSSEC Virtual appliance. Download https://ossec.github.io/downloads.html README This virtual appliance contains the following facilities: CentOS 7.4 OSSEC 2.9.3 Elasticsearch-Logstash-Kibana (ELK) 6.1.1 Cerebro 0.7.2 The virtual appliance is provided as an OVA which you can import into most virtual systems. We recommend using VirtualBox which can […]
Thanks again for everyone who attended OSSEC Con 2018, it was fantastic meeting everyone and hearing how you’re using OSSEC. I’d especially like to thank our sponsors: Virgil Security, Prometheus Global, Atomicorp and Cyber Academy. We’ve got some really exciting changes coming up soon! We’ve started collecting the slides from the show here: https://atomicorp.com/ossec-conference-2018/ Want […]