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[2012-10-10] - 11:31:03 - RT @Mephux: Introducing Snorby Cloud https://t.co/qrkmfTI4 Blog Post http://t.co/tpfnXahm We have some great stuff coming! Sign up for y ...

[2012-10-06] - 15:11:02 - RT @RobertMLee: Snort, Xplico, NetworkMiner all in one distro (and more but those are my fav). Seriously liking #SecurityOnion che ...

[2012-10-06] - 15:11:02 - RT @Mephux: Snorby got its first award today. http://t.co/1XqAHU10 Congrats, Dustin!

[2012-10-02] - 19:33:51 - RT @strandjs: A truly epic Nmap article from hackin9 http://t.co/GxBu8bvV I laughed. I cried. I learned something.. I think.

[2012-10-01] - 21:40:23 - RT @DFIR_Janitor: Thanks @dougburks ! New Security Onion can be installed onto 64 bit Ubuntu Server 12.04 as a package. This is epic for ...

[2012-09-27] - 15:06:30 - @W3nd1g04n6 FYI, #SecurityOnion already has @Bro_IDS doing file MD5s also matching those MD5s against @TeamCymru's Malware Hash Registry.

[2012-09-19] - 12:03:07 - RT @y0m: Very nice live map from honeypots logs - http://t.co/8mgsLwzb #ProjectHoneynet

[2012-09-17] - 02:01:18 - @action09 @grecs NetworkMiner on Linux doesn't do sniffing. It only reads pcap files. #SecurityOnion has other tools for packet capture.

[2012-09-16] - 14:45:21 - Charles Smutz: Announcing PDFrate Public Service: http://t.co/Gep02Exs http://t.co/cKFGdiOS #maliciousPDFs #machinelearning

[2012-09-10] - 20:42:42 - @singe @it4sec @kafeine @diocyde Also check out #SecurityOnion http://t.co/LOZwFZuI -we have chaosreader, NetworkMiner, Wireshark built-in

[2012-09-06] - 12:16:01 - @Toosmooth I believe PRADS is no longer written in perl

[2012-08-12] - 04:24:32 - Whitepaper on Chimera: SQL-like language that compiles into @Bro_IDS scripts: http://t.co/gXJ2Qc37

[2012-08-08] - 04:10:22 - @srunnels giving an AWESOME presentation on finding WPAD attacks using @Bro_IDS at #BroExchange

[2012-08-04] - 04:19:14 - RT @jbc22: Performing honeypot rule maintenance in #SecurityOnion using autocat feature in #sguil #DFIR http://t.co/z5eTYKKf

[2012-08-04] - 04:19:14 - RT @MarkBaggett: New Blog post. Privilege Escalation through stolen VMWare Suspend State snapshot hash stealing http://t.co/YF5 ...

[2012-07-27] - 17:40:45 - RT @taosecurity: For my students or anyone who worry about lack of auth in free @splunk read @bradshoop post to leverage SSH for fix. ht ...

[2012-07-26] - 16:55:16 - RT @Mandiant: Latest M-Unition blog post: OWASP Broken Web Apps 1.0 Released by M's @chuckatsf http://t.co/wMywRXLp #blackhat #infosec

[2012-07-21] - 03:54:57 - RT @cczkays: Honeypot - Having fun with Security Onion!http://t.co/OR7oe0nJ

[2012-07-21] - 03:54:57 - @anthonykasza Nice use of OSSEC with custom decoder and rules!

[2012-07-18] - 21:42:48 - RT @MarkBaggett: Sidejacking SSL Cookies Post Exploitation with ETW on Pauldotcom http://t.co/ObWwl5ov @pauldotcom @haxorthematrix @str ...

[2012-07-18] - 02:56:30 - I'll be presenting #SecurityOnion at the Augusta Linux User Group meeting tonight! @AugLUG @AugustaLUG http://t.co/RzeiPxaK

[2012-07-18] - 02:56:30 - RT @Bro_IDS: @chort0 HTTP::SQL_Injection_Victim in notice.log. Threshold based SQL injection attack discovery, frequently discovers dat ...

[2012-07-18] - 02:56:30 - RT @Bro_IDS: @chort0 SSH::Watched_Country_Login notice. Don't like certain countries (GeoIP) logging in? Watch them.

[2012-07-18] - 02:56:30 - RT @Bro_IDS: @chort0 SSH::Interesting_Hostname_Login notice. Watch for SSH logins with infrastructure hosts (ns, smtp, mail, pop3, etc).

[2012-07-06] - 04:02:08 - RT @mikecloppert: Kicking off my new blog series: Protocol Reverse Engineering. Intro, methodology now posted. Next: the deep fun stuff ...

[2012-06-30] - 20:30:57 - @ArmyTra1n3d @37point2 Have you looked at the Linux utility expect? Very powerful for automating remote CLI sessions http://t.co/6FRCNRnU

[2012-06-23] - 08:14:54 - @Mephux @_jond @jbc22 Yeah, I definitely want Snorby to have access to full pcap.

[2012-06-23] - 08:14:54 - @Mephux I really liked what you were saying the other day about giving Snorby access to full pcap via sguild

[2012-06-23] - 08:14:54 - @cbuechler My preference is a dedicated pfsense appliance and a dedicated SO sensor so that SO processes don't interfere with firewall

[2012-06-21] - 07:45:01 - @cliffsull Just like Ubuntu that it's based on, SO's root account is disabled (no password). You create your own user/pass during install.

[2012-06-21] - 07:45:01 - @cliffsull In Ubuntu (and SO), to become root you must have a valid user/pass and be a member of the admin group.

[2012-06-21] - 07:45:01 - @cliffsull No, when you install Ubuntu/SO, the username you specify is the ONLY member of the admin group.

[2012-06-21] - 07:45:01 - @cliffsull I can only guarantee that it applies to Ubuntu/SO. Other Ubuntu derivatives may have changed that default functionality.

[2012-06-19] - 21:18:37 - RT @jbc22: Notes over our honeypot design http://t.co/fGIGWuFd #dfir

[2012-06-19] - 21:18:37 - @Dave_Cochran Security Onion is just Ubuntu 10.04, so perhaps you could google for Ubuntu and your video card to see if it's a known issue.

[2012-06-19] - 21:18:37 - @Dave_Cochran No, the entire distro (live installer and the installed distro) are based on Xubuntu 10.04 with no kernel or video changes.

[2012-06-12] - 06:34:33 - RT @mcholste: New post http://t.co/4pF1Kk3x on themes and current requirements of Big Data for network forensics, e.g. hunting SSL

[2012-06-06] - 16:54:03 - @chrissanders88 not a bad price for Cisco ;) although I prefer Dualcomm due to its sheer simplicity and portability (USB powered)

[2012-06-03] - 04:19:27 - RT @mcholste: Wow, new @Bro_IDS input http://t.co/vlvaMYwB provides a great path for fully auto Suricata ELSA CIF Bro

[2012-05-23] - 19:08:05 - RT @remor: Thanks to Victor from the Yara project for changing the license to the Apache license. Now @Bro_IDS can integrate it. http:/ ...

[2012-05-22] - 16:05:08 - RT @strcpy: Announcement of a project @mandiant let me opensource! http://t.co/QRamCTRy a supercharged reverse proxy

[2012-05-16] - 23:51:33 - RT @markofu: Running #SecurityOnion on a netbook with port mirroring through iptables on WRT54g - http://t.co/bGnxHtaN #sguil

[2012-05-16] - 23:51:33 - RT @iggdawg: NetworkMiner and Xplico are the most fun I've had with packet captures in a long time. #SecurityOnion

[2012-05-15] - 21:37:55 - RT @JasonSmith079: Went head-on into Snort, Snorby, and Security Onion tonight...guess I should get some sleep, but packets are way too ...

[2012-05-11] - 11:02:11 - RT @mcholste: New post on the challenges of threat profiling botnets-as-a-service http://t.co/zb5JSBpZ

[2012-05-08] - 01:32:46 - RT @remor: Calculating MD5/SHA1/SHA256 simultaneously for all file transfers on several protocols in network traffic is kind of cool.

[2012-05-06] - 16:16:24 - @gdbassett Have you had issues applying Ubuntu updates to Security Onion? I've never had any issues.

[2012-05-06] - 16:16:24 - @gdbassett network disconnects? Like you're updating over ssh and your connection drops? Have you tried screen or byobu?

[2012-04-30] - 06:53:07 - RT @jbc22: Finished instrumenting a honeypot w/ securityonion. Well done @dougburks @srunnels. Got sguil, snorby, volatility, ossec all ...

[2012-04-24] - 00:59:45 - @pubal OSSEC+Splunk is indeed quite powerful. What makes it even more powerful is @bradshoop's Splunk app running on my #securityonion distr

[2012-04-24] - 00:59:45 - @pubal No, @bradshoop has a Splunk app for Security Onion that has all the OSSEC stuff + NIDS and other NSM data types: http://t.co/JOzJyinI

[2012-04-22] - 06:46:04 - @alexjbutcher @jackie_singh Start with my Security Onion distro, it has suricata, Sguil, and many other tools ready to use! ;)


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