OSSEC

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OSSEC is an Open Source host-based intrusion detection system, that performs log analysis, integrity checking, monitoring, rootkit detection, real-time alerting and active response.

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ossec

Description

OSSEC is an Open Source Host-based Intrusion Detection System that performs log analysis, file integrity checking, policy monitoring, rootkit detection, real-time alerting and active response.

#compliance#file-integrity-management#fim#hids#intrusion-detection#loganalyzer#nist800-53#ossec#pci-dss#policy-monitoring#security

Homepage

http://www.ossec.net

License

NOASSERTION

Created

17 Sept 13

Last Updated

18 May 24

Latest version

v_09

Primary Language

C

Size

20,502 KB

Stars

4,283

Forks

1,017

Watchers

4,283

Language Usage

Language Usage

Star History

Star History

Recent Commits

  • Scott R. Shinn (10 May 24)

    Merge pull request #2121 from atomicturtle/v3.8.0-update Updating versions

  • Scott R. Shinn (10 May 24)

    Updating versions Signed-off-by: Scott R. Shinn <[email protected]>

  • Big Trucker (04 Mar 24)

    Update SECURITY.md

  • Big Trucker (04 Mar 24)

    Create SECURITY.md

  • Scott R. Shinn (09 Aug 23)

    Merge pull request #1874 from ddpbsd/win_decoder_pcre pcre2 fix for windows1 decoders

  • Scott R. Shinn (09 Aug 23)

    Merge pull request #1939 from g3rhard/g3rhard-patch-2 Little fix for AppArmor rules (added 5100 rule as parent)

  • Scott R. Shinn (08 Aug 23)

    Merge pull request #1958 from ngarratt/aix7 Support AIX 7

  • Scott R. Shinn (08 Aug 23)

    Merge branch 'master' into aix7

  • Scott R. Shinn (07 Aug 23)

    Merge pull request #2064 from staskysel/fix-overwriting-agent-counter Fix overwriting an agent counter with sender counter during updating keys

  • Scott R. Shinn (07 Aug 23)

    Merge pull request #2070 from pwntester/pwntester/add-codeql-workflow Add CodeQL workflow

  • Scott R. Shinn (07 Aug 23)

    Merge pull request #2094 from XALM1337X/cve-2020-8445 Proposed fix for CVE-2020-8445

  • Scott R. Shinn (07 Aug 23)

    Merge pull request #2092 from XALM1337X/cve-2020-8664 Proposed fix for CVE-2020-8446

  • logan (26 Jul 23)

    Implementation for CVE-2020-8445 fix

  • logan (26 Jul 23)

    added decleration and implementation for removing control characters via remove_control_characters()

  • logan (25 Jul 23)

    proposed fix for CVE-2020-8664

  • Scott R. Shinn (01 Jun 23)

    Merge pull request #2086 from ossec/v3.7.0 Merge pull request #2084 from ddpbsd/master

  • Scott R. Shinn (01 Jun 23)

    Merge pull request #2084 from ddpbsd/master 1stmile

  • Dan Parriott (20 Mar 23)

    Merge pull request #2062 from ddpbsd/issue2020 Fix issue #2020

  • Alvaro Muñoz (02 Dec 22)

    Add CodeQL workflow

  • Stanislav Kysel (11 Oct 22)

    Fix overwriting an agent counter with sender counter during updating keys

  • ddpbsd (07 Sept 22)

    Fix issue #2020 /bin/diff returns /dev/full on fedora, so remove the /dev check

  • Scott R. Shinn (17 Jan 22)

    Merge pull request #2035 from atomicturtle/v3.7.0 Updating changelog

  • Scott R. Shinn (17 Jan 22)

    Updating changelog Signed-off-by: Scott R. Shinn <[email protected]>

  • Scott R. Shinn (15 Jan 22)

    Merge pull request #2032 from atomicturtle/v3.7.0 Updating version fields

  • Scott R. Shinn (15 Jan 22)

    Updating version fields Signed-off-by: Scott R. Shinn <[email protected]>

  • Scott R. Shinn (14 Jan 22)

    Merge pull request #2029 from ChristianBeer/ar-nftables-script active response script for nftables

  • Christian Beer (26 Dec 21)

    active response script for nftables Does the same as firewall-drop.sh and firewalld-drop.sh but for nftables (default in Debian 10+). Needs a bit more steps to setup but does a very good job. Documentation should be updated to contain maybe an example for the nftables configuration. Tested on Debian 11 with IPv4 and IPv6 adresses.

  • Scott R. Shinn (15 Oct 21)

    Merge pull request #2017 from nfsec/patch-1 3 new rootkits found in the wild on github

  • Patryk Krawaczyński (15 Oct 21)

    3 new rootkits found in the wild on github https://github.com/chokepoint/jynxkit https://github.com/chokepoint/Jynx2 https://github.com/unix-thrust/beurk

  • Scott R. Shinn (24 Jun 21)

    Merge pull request #1952 from atomicturtle/issue1855 exclude on Overlay and aufs

OSSEC Website

Website

OSSEC - World's Most Widely Used Host Intrusion Detection System - HIDS

OSSEC is a multiplatform, open source and free Host Intrusion Detection System (HIDS). You can tailor OSSEC for your security needs through its extensive configuration options, adding custom alert rules and writing scripts.

Redirects

Does not redirect

Security Checks

All 66 security checks passed

Server Details

  • IP Address 192.95.31.85
  • Hostname www2.atomicorp.com
  • Location Montreal, Quebec, Canada, NA
  • ISP OVH Hosting Inc.
  • ASN AS16276

Associated Countries

  • CA
  • US

Saftey Score

Website marked as safe

100%

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