Cisco syslog analysis tool

Posted on 2009-05-04
Last Modified: 2013-12-07
I am looking for some Cisco syslog analysis tool, software that will take a large amount of data and try to identify possible intrusion...

Any such software out there?
Question by:SPERTW
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Expert Comment

ID: 24301301

the kiwisyslog viewer and sawmill syslog viewer are both v good - try em out and see what you think

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Kamran Arshad earned 250 total points
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If it is just a syslog manager then you can check out any of the below solutions;

Lire      Open-Source
Epylog Log Analyzer      Open-Source
SLAPS-2      Open-Source
Sisyphus      Open-Source
LogHound      Open-Source
syslog-ng      Open-Source
SysLog Manager      Propriety
WinSyslog      Propriety
syslog_manager      Propriety
logserver      Propriety
Syslog Watcher      Propriety
tftpd3d      Propriety
Syslog Collector      Propriety
NetDecision LogVision      Propriety
KiwiSysLog      Propriety
SolarWinds      Propriety

But I feel that you are using pix firewall or something similar and you need more details. For that purpose you need a firewall analyzer. Below are good list;

Adventnet Firewall Analyzer
AlgoSec Firewall Analyzer
Firewall Analyzer

Author Comment

ID: 24304859
Thanks for the reply!

You guys given me so many choices!

We would prefer a software vendor that will have support, which one would be a better choice?


Expert Comment

ID: 24306455
I use Kiwi Syslog and they have pretty decent support. They're newest beta version has a Web Interface that you can access as well to see the messages.

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