RazorBack is a log analysis program that interfaces with the SNORT open source Intrusion Detection System to provide real time visual notification when an intrusion signature has been detected on the network. RazorBack is designed to work within the GNOME framework on Unix platforms.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This version is modified to work with the SNORT /var/log/snort/alert log file, rather than the normal snort syslog entries in /var/log/messages. It has been redesigned under the Anjuta IDE (project file included), now includes 'criticality / priority' pixmap in line with new SNORT 1.8 alert priorities, and removes the panel pixmap.
Release Notes: Hostname lookup for source and destination servers has been reimplemented.
Release Notes: This release fixes the "About Box" segfault and removes a couple of minor debug messages that snuck into the 1.0 release.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes for a couple of minor memory leaks, changes to the log attaching mechanism to avoid losing track of new alerts when logs rotate, four fields instead of three, changes to cater for Snort 1.8's log format modifications, and upgrades to the backend processing to support new Snort 1.8 log features including classification and priority.
Release Notes: The dynamic column-size update was removed, as it was causing the window to overflow the screen on low-resolution displays.