MIDAS NMS is a highly configurable network monitoring and network intrusion detection server. It uses a distributed client/server model that allows it to scale to very large networks, and features highly optimized Snort support that dramatically reduces the overhead of both the Snort Sensor and the alert data repository. It also supports Netsaint/Nagios plugins and Big Brother clients, allowing for easy migration.
|Tags||Systems Administration Networking Monitoring|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The Web interface was completly rewriten and greatly improved. The requirement of rrdtool was removed. Internal SQL tables and PHP functions are now used to produce graphs. Several major and minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support to MIDASn to monitor specific network traffic based on source/destination port numbers. The graphing protocol functions have been redone. Several minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This version features a new client, MIDASn. This client monitors network usage and reports stats back to the central server. $$ string tag support was added to External Checks. The MD5 check support was improved. There were additional fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: A major performance problem related to MIDASs/MIDASd that prevented the Snort config from being sent on low end systems was fixed. The statistic gathering methods used by MIDASc and MIDASs were rewritten, and are now more flexible. Several oFixedther bug fixes and additions were addressed.
Release Notes: A bug in which MIDAS was not incrementing the 'Total Failure counts' was fixed. The SNMP checks were improved by making the use of regular expressions optional. Built-in versions of the atoll and strsep functions were included for platforms that do not have these functions available.