I was just looking for some examples of IPv4 Hilbert Curves and realized there were non in the image gallery. Does anyone have examples of IPv4 space visualizations of that sort? They are also called IPv4 Heatmaps. I have never generated any of them myself and didn't just want to post a screenshot of someone else's images.
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The goal is to analyze Snort logs in order to get a general view of the network events. At your left you have the atacker view, where is ploted a sector graph with quantity(radius) and priorities of atack (red, yellow, green) at your right you have the victims view with same information. there is the abilty to filter by protocol ( TCP, UDP, ICMP ) and priorities, this graph have interaction, and you can get the original log with a mouse right click .
This is the abstract of the paper, the original was written in portuguese.
The compromising of computer systems generate evidences on various devices such as routers, operating systems and applications. Monitoring and analyzing this large amount of data is a challenge for network administrators. One way for analyzing large amounts of data like the generated in these cases, is to use information visualization to provide one or more graphics capable to summarize data and translating them into information. This work presents a study on the use of visualization techniques applied to information security and monitoring of computer networks, with emphasis on visual analysis of logs generated by the intrusion detection system Snort. It also reports the development of a software called Apoena, which aims to analyze the alerts generated by Snort, using graphs and pie charts for displaying of the network events.
I've tried to add a new visualization for the cisco part of the upcomig (very very soon) of the 2.1 release of soi. Tell me what you think , im still tweaking it so this is a rough view...I'll still keep the map, timeline matrix etc for the pix but just wanted to add a different view for it...(oh and the colors will be more "pastel"....:) )
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Hi , im an apprentice to Sec Viz technology.
I used Afterglow to do some visualizing. i need to know how to do aggregation in that.Though I used the coding in Raffy's book, I couldn't make it. I am using the DAVIX and it's sample.properties file.The code that I have used was
color=”yellow” if (field() =~ /ˆ111\.222\..*/);
color.event=”green” if ($fields<1024)
if ($fields eq "80")
Is this Ok? I don't get a different output .Pls let me know where have i gone wrong...
Per my earlier packet visualizer post, I have an app available for Mac OS X users to download. You can grab it here:
The app takes tcpdump ascii-hex output (the -X option) and animates through all the packets in a file. It splits the packets into bytes, with position in the packet providing the X axis values and byte value in a given position providing the Y values. You can select a window of packets to display at once (defaults to 30) to see patterns over time. If packet headers are more interesting than payload, there is an option to expand the proportion of space taken by header data so it's easier to see. There are also options to pause the animation, move fwd and back one packet at a time, and jump to specific packts. Finally, if you want to look at the base data for a given packet, you can display the packet in hex.
Right now, I've found there's a rough top limit of 3000 packets, but it really depends on your machine.
Does anyone have a parser for using Windows firewall logs with Treemap???